Mitigation. We Can Explore Ways To Help Reduce The Severity Of Your Motor Offence.
By pleading guilty we can help you put forward a case due to your circumstances.
What Is Mitigation
Mitigation is the action of reducing the severity or seriousness of something. With regards to a motor offence, Mitigation could be used to help reduce the seriousness of a motor offence charge.
If you plead guilty to a motor offence, you can put forward mitigation to try and minimise the penalty. When you put forward a plea of mitigation, you are admitting to the motor offence but asking the courts to consider your personal circumstances.
Examples of Mitigation
When putting forward mitigation, we recommend mentioning some of the below:
- Family Circumstance
- The reason why you committed the offence
Character references are particularly effective when putting forward mitigation. Below are some examples of who to consider when getting a character reference:
- Family Friend
- Professionals ( such as doctors ).
- Your employer
- Family Member
- Your co-workers
How We at Hadi Law Solicitors Help You?
- Free Case Evaluation
- Finding fault with police procedure
- Identifying a defence
- Voiding out of date notices
- Challenging the Notice of Intended Prosecution
Hadi Law Solicitors
Second Floor, Enterprise House,
Salter Street, Preston, Lancashire, PR1 1NT