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Who has represented themselves, for a totting or similar case?
post Tue, 18 Jun 2019 - 11:16
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I'd like to hear from people who represented themselves (no solicitor) in a totting case or other speeding case.

I suppose people don't stick around on the forums long after their case, though, so perhaps none are here.

Perhaps general pros/cons of representing yourself. Maybe a good solicitor is better than none, but none would be better than a bad solicitor? Are there "loopholes" really to exploit or is anyone who is half confident and well-spoken able to do as good a job as any solicitor?

I can afford the ~£900 required, for sure - IF it's going to benefit my case. It's a topic I don't see discussed very much on here, for some reason.

Note to mods: I hope this can stand alone as a topic and not be merged into my case thread? Of course I will use the replies to better my case but it's a general topic that others will surely be curious about.
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post Tue, 18 Jun 2019 - 11:16
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post Tue, 18 Jun 2019 - 11:49
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A simple search (top right on every page) for "Exceptional Hardship" will reveal countless threads and examples of what you seek.
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post Tue, 18 Jun 2019 - 12:03
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Which part of "one case, one thread" do you not understand?


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