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19. Defending a Road Traffic Charge – a suggested approach
Thursday 08 November 2018
05:45pm - 06:45pm
Jim Bready (Bready & Co)
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This seminar will cover a range of elements essential to the defence of a road traffic charge and will provide a consideration of the legal and practical aspects of defending such a charge.
The court practitioner might see this viewpoint as an alternative to his own, with points to be embraced or discarded as suits. The chamber practitioner is invited to find some interest or amusement in the speaker’s experiences at the coalface of a specialist area of criminal law. Any delegate recently caught speeding or inadvertently passing through a red light might find succour or despair.

Jim Bready is a criminal defence lawyer with a history of 30+ years representing accused in Glasgow Sheriff Court. Road Traffic cases have been a substantial part of that experience.


Booking fee: members £35; non-members £60; trainee/paralegal from member firm £15; trainee/paralegal from non-member firm £25


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