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A Special Reasons argument is very different to the Exceptional Hardship argument.
In the case of Exceptional Hardship, you are demonstrating the impact a driving ban will have on the accused motorist and / or his dependents or employees.
Special Reasons is very different and good examples could include the belief that the defendant’s drink was unwittingly spiked; that a vehicle was driven only a short distance (and did not come into contact with other motorists); or that an unexpected and sudden emergency situation had arisen.
The argument can be applied to a wide range of motoring offences, but the onus is on the defendant to establish that Special Reasons existed at the time of the alleged offence.
Strong legal representation is essential in order to be successful with a Special Reasons argument, including an in-depth knowledge of relevant case law.
To find out more, please contact the Haworth & Gallagher motoring law team.Back