I often get asked whether you need to have a lawyer to appeal your suspension in court. The honest answer is there’s no requirement to take a lawyer with you. You are allowed to represent yourself. A lot of people choose to have a lawyer, though, because they want to make sure they’ve done everything to prepare their case properly and make sure they’re giving themselves their best chance of keeping their licence. 

Having an experienced traffic lawyer on your side means you have someone who knows what they’re doing. We know what arguments work in court and which ones don’t, we know what evidence you need to bring, we know what to say and more importantly what not to say.

The other benefit of having a traffic lawyer represent you is that they’ll do all the talking on your behalf in the court. They’ll answer the tricky questions and they’ll know what to say to the magistrate to get you the best result.

So if you’d like some help with your license appeal case, feel free to give us a call. We offer obligation free first appointments so you can find out a little bit more and see whether it’s worthwhile having a traffic lawyer in your case.

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