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Our Fees

We offer a fixed fee for minor (Summary Only) motoring offences where you will be entering a guilty plea. For more complex cases, for instance where there is a not guilty plea, the cost will be higher as shown below.

The below prices do not include VAT or disbursements.

Get a more accurate quote

Every case is different, to get a bespoke estimate contact us today and we can discuss the specifics of yours.

Call: 01656 767 766

Meet the Team

David Sedgwick

Supervisor, Director, Solicitor
Qualified: 1988

Rhodri Chudleigh

Director, Solicitor
Qualified: 2003

Robert Chudleigh

Director, Solicitor
Qualified: 2009

James McKenna

Director, Solicitor
Qualified: 2009

Lucas Edwards

Senior Associate Solicitor
Qualified: 2015

Philip Thomas

Consultant Solicitor
Qualified: 1979

Richard Adamec

Qualified: 1988

Our Process

Motoring Offences

Stage 1

Taking Instructions

In our first meeting, which can be by telephone, you can provide us with initial information on what happened. We will consider this information and other facts available, providing you with advice on how to plead.

Stage 2

Considering Evidence

In the majority of simple motoring offences, the only option for the defendant is to try and mitigate sentencing at the hearing. We may recommend that evidence, such as witness statements or video footage, could assist in achieving this for you.

If so, we will take time prior to your hearing to compile and review evidence as well as preparing a defence based on it on your behalf. This would carry an additional cost which can vary based on the amount of evidence required, however on average the cost is £500.00 + VAT.

Stage 3

Hearing Date

Prior to the date that you have to attend court we will discuss court procedure with you as well as sentencing options available to the court, and a likely outcome for your case.

We will then attend your hearing and make an argument on your behalf. We will discuss the outcome with you to ensure you understand the sentence.

Stage 4


If you wish to, and we believe there are grounds to, we can discuss your options in regards to an appeal of the decision of the court. This would carry additional cost which we are able to discuss with you.