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In early 2018 I represented Mrs M who was charged with driving at 110 mph on the M20. She had suffered a sudden back spasm which caused her foot to jam on the accelerator. It was witnessed by her husband who was a front seat passenger. She faced a lengthy disqualification because of the speed but the court accepted evidence from her, her husband and from medical records that the speeding was involuntary. She left court with no disqualification, no penalty points and an absolute discharge.

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