Neil Addison is an experienced Advocate in motoring law cases. He has appeared in appeals in the High Court as well as representing clients in the Magistrates and the Crown Court. As a former Senior Crown Prosecutor is familiar with the various legal and policy issues which affect motoring prosecutions and the approach taken by Courts in dealing with these cases which can often be very technical.
Mr Addison can provided advice not just on whether a client should plead guilty to a Road Traffic offence but also the various ways in which clients can retain their licence even if faced with the threat of a "totting up" disqualification. Properly put arguments about "special reasons" or "exceptional hardship" can often mean that clients will retain their licence even when they have to plead guilty and Mr Addison is extremely experienced in this area.
Mr Addison accepts instructions on a Direct Access basis and will give advice over the phone as well as by email.
Mr Addison is also a part time Law Lecturer at Liverpool Hope University where he lectures on Human Rights, Judicial Review and Legal method.