Motoring and Vehicle Crime
Julian specialises in road traffic offences and has extensive experience in advancing exceptional hardship and special reasons arguments. He has represented numerous high-profile clients from professional and sporting backgrounds.
He has defended professionals accused of dangerous driving, excess alcohol and speeding offences, including those falling within the “totting up” disqualification categories.
He seeks alongside his instructing solicitors, to provide an exemplary service to lay clients facing such proceedings.
Motoring and Vehicle Crime Cases
R v Exley (Bradford Magistrates Court 2017). Successful special reasons argument.
R v Ashby (Newcastle under Lyme Magistrates 2016). Represented nurse accused of dangerous driving. Extensive cross examination of police witnesses during trial. Not guilty verdict.
R v Smith (Mold Magistrates Court 2016). Represented racing driver for speeding offences
R v Nash (Sevenoaks Magistrates Court 2016). Represented racing driver. Successful application for exceptional hardship.
R V Orr (Leamington Spa Magistrates Court 2016). Represented doctor for excess alcohol offence
R v D (Manchester Magistrates Court 2016). Represented first class county cricketer for speeding offences.
R v Allen (Worcester Magistrates 2016). Represented company director accused of speeding offences. Successful exceptional hardship application.