Good vision is essential if you want to be a competent driver. Poor vision accounted for 196 accidents in 2018. Many of these collisions would have led to prosecutions, fines, and in some cases, complete bans from driving.
Burton Copeland and Driving Offence lawyer, Gwyn Lewis has recently written an article explaining the laws around vision and driving over on the Driving Offence blog. You can find a summary of the article here.
There have been many reports in the media in recent years in relation to changes in the law and people appearing in court for offences of assaulting emergency workers. In this article solicitor Sam Corcoran explains the law in relation to this offence, what is an ‘Emergency Worker’ and what penalties can be imposed.
The March issue of the Manchester Law Society features Managing Partner and Supervising Solicitor Louise Straw discussing her time at Burton Copeland, and addressing the impact technology has had on the firm in lockdown.
We are often contacted by clients who have lost faith with their current representation or want a second opionion. He we explain in the legal aid transfer application process and in what circumstances can Legal Aid be changed to allow you to be represented by a new solicitor.
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