With the rise in popularity of Uber – issues regarding the offence of “plying for hire” have come to the fore – but what is “plying for hire”?
If you fail to provide a specimen of breath then under the Road Traffic Act 1988 – you are guilty of an offence. But can there be valid reasons for it?
In some instances – double-points can lead to a driving ban, or for a new driver, having to resit their test. So when can double-points awards be avoided?
A case study which shows the complexities of death by dangerous driving and causation which highlights that you don’t have to be THE cause to be A cause.
The quality of forensic evidence has been called into question by The Forensic Science Regulator after it found gaps in quality in a recent inspection.
A driver recently used the information off his GPS tracker to cast reasonable doubt over his speeding conviction. So is this a new thing – can GPS be used this way?