These are strict liability offences, but not defenceless. Motor Lawyers will advise you properly on the implications of "strict liability" and how this effects your defence and the manner in which such cases are prosecuted.
A strict liability offence means that if the incident has occurred, you are guilty of the offence. For example, if you knock down a pedestrian who is on a pedestrian crossing, the offence is committed. However, in our experience, the offence is never really that straight forward and in many cases the motorist does have the basis of a defence. For example, was the pedestrian actually within the confines of the crossing, was the car already on the crossing when the pedestrian ran out?
Many of our competitors will recommend guilty pleas without considering the evidence and your account. Motor Lawyers will, within the fixed fee scheme, review all available evidence and advise you accurately as to whether a defence is viable and how your best interests are served.