A specialist motoring lawyer says that the case of soldier Kameron Edmondson was an exceptional sentence for an exceptional call of duty.
Mr Edmondson has been allowed to keep his licence to save lives in Afghanistan after he was caught speeding at 143 miles per hour in Warwickshire.
Catherine Junor, Higgs & Sons’ specialist motoring lawyer said: “Each individual circumstance is unique as this case has proved. I represent individuals facing disqualification on a daily basis for excessive speeding and motoring offences.
“Each individual circumstance may warrant the court dealing with you sympathetically, particularly in the current economic climate where the loss of your licence has potentially devastating consequences not only for you but for your family, employees or members of the public.”
To find out how Catherine can help you contact her directly on 0845 111 50505 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday, 28 April 2010
Exceptional call of duty
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