Supermarket, shop and petrol station owners who have previously been charged business rates for having an ATM located on their premises may be eligible for refunds. In 2013 it was decided that external facing ATMs should be treated as separate...
If you are being investigated or have been prosecuted for breaches of drivers’ hours regulations, tachograph offences or creating false records, it is vital that you seek legal advice from a specialist road transport lawyer as soon as possible. Our legal experts have a track-record of defending tachograph/drivers’ hours cases. For advice regarding your case, call one of our lawyers on 0203 816 9274.
Our solicitors regularly defend clients facing investigation and prosecution for breaches of drivers’ hours regulations and tachograph offences. We represent operators and drivers in interviews under caution; criminal cases in the Magistrates’ Court and Crown Court; and regulatory proceedings before the traffic commissioner. We also have specialist experience of defending large-scale tachograph falsification cases involving multiple defendants.
For examples of our previous cases, please visit our case studies page: Road transport offences