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2018 I represented Mrs C who had committed a fourth speeding offence. She already had nine penalty points on her licence for three previous offences. She was the proprietor of a recruitment business and her employees depended upon her ability to travel every day to deal with clients. The court accepted that if she was disqualified for six months her business was at risk which in turn jeopardised the jobs of staff. The court found “exceptional hardship” in relation to staff and she was not disqualified.

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