Please read the articles below for details of cases involving Michael J Reed Ltd.
These include a number of cases where we have succesfully defended clients who have been prosecuted for Road Traffic Act motoring offences
We represented a client who had borrowed an insured vehicle belonging to a friend. Although he was assured by a well known insurance company’s representative that his own comprehensive car insurance covered him to drive his friend’s insured car, he was nevertheless summonsed to court for driving without insurance. read more…..
Sometimes when going ahead at the police station without representation, a person attracts extra charges because of unneccessary admissions made in interview. In this case, the client was charged with production of cannabis and the only evidence was an admission in interview. There was a risk of a custodial sentence. Read more…………..
The recent change in the law enabling sentences of up to two years rather than up to one year was a blessing for our client who was sentenced by Newport Crown Court on the Isle of Wight for possession of ecstasy with intent to supply. read more…..