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Everything you will need to know about driving laws in 2020

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This year you will see changes when it comes to Motoring laws including tougher penalties Here are a few helpful list so that you can keep yourself updated and hopefully avoid any unnecessary fines.  With the turn of a...

What happens if the reading is close to the limit?

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It is that time of year again when “one more” drink can cost a lot more then your utility bills and could have far reaching repercussions on your life. If you are unfortunate to get stopped by the police and you score 39 micrograms or less with...

Finances and Children After A Divorce

Rosalind Brown
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Issues regarding finances and children are not dealt with automatically when a divorce is finalised, and the separating couple are encouraged to come to an agreement between themselves. Resolution out of Court Financial disputes and arguments about...

I'm Thinking of Getting a Divorce

Rosalind Brown
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Things in life change, people grow and develop but whatever the circumstances, it’s only natural to worry about the future. The problem many people face is that this process can be overwhelming.  At Wainwright & Cummins we are here to help...

Calling Extinction Rebellion Protesters

Katie McCaughin
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The extinction rebellion protest is currently ongoing. As of the 8 th October 2019 there have been 541 arrests. During the April protests 1,130 people were arrested over a 2 week period. The ethos behind the protest is peaceful protest in full public view....

Going to court for the first time

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If you are appearing in court for the first time, first thing you must consider is whether or not you will need a solicitor to assist you.   Everyone decides to deal with court appearances differently: one person may feel confident enough to deal with...

I can not afford to pay the fine

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If you have been summoned to court or if you receive a fine but can not pay it, you may need legal assistants. If you go to court and are asked to ask for non-payment of fines, you may be able to use a fully qualified lawyer, who can represent you on your...

When can the police request a breath test?

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Only a police officer can request a breath test. However the officer does not have to be in uniform. They will have to be uniformed to administer it (unless after an accident). The request can only be made in one of the following scenarios: The police...

How new "Claudia's Law" affects family members

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The Claudia’s Law also known as the Guardianship (Missing Persons) Act 2017, came into force on Wednesday 31 st July 2019. This is a welcomed change in the law that now allows families of a missing loved ones, the ability to take control of their...

Fare Evasion Newsflash! Do you need assistance?

Marvin Roberts
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There has been a large increase in cases of fare evasion prosecutions. As a result we have found that there have been a large increase in enquiries and cases relating to fare evasion. This is our general guide on how to deal with this issue. In recent times...

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