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Pocket Lawyer Lite, the motoring offences sentencing guidelines.

From parking fines to dangerous driving know your legal position.

The Pocket Lawyer from the team.

Drawing from the official document used by the court. This handy free app is easily searchable and reliable for the every man and also a professional tool as used by legal practitioners and students.

It is also of interest to anyone appearing in the Magistrates’ Court or with a general interest in crime and punishment.

This guide covers Motoring Offences sentenced at the Magistrates’ Court.

Discover the range of sentences available to the judge or magistrate.

What offences are punishable by custody?

Which by community orders or fines?

Discover what factors are relevant.

From death by dangerous driving, speeding and drink drive to dangerous parking this guide sets out the suggested punishment, in a swiftly acessesible format.

The Sentencing Guidelines are produced and copyrighted by the Government’s Sentencing Guidelines Council.

It is a statutory obligation on every Magistrates’ Court to have regard to this document. If a court gives a different decision then it has to give reasons for doing so. The effect is that most sentencing decisions follow the guidance.

Non-lawyers will find it gives a fascinating insight into the mechanics of sentencing. Check what sentences people should get. Do you agree? Understand the mechanisms behind the News.

Practitioners will find Pocket Lawyer’s application makes referencing quick, easy and accurate. The application directly references the official document. It is simple to navigate and works offline. No more photocopies, books or borrowing.

More and more people have to represent themselves in relation to motoring offences. This resource provided by opens up the law and its procedures.

If you are appearing at court - look up the range of suggested sentences. Too many litigants in person go to court knowing far less than they should.

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