“Hi Bobby. Thank you for helping and supporting with such a difficult case, of which I was truly amazed with the outcome, realistically I should of lost my licence! If only more business and people were such good communicators as BB Law Ltd the world would be a better place. I certainly can’t thank you enough. Kind regards.” – Mr A, C – Hertfordshire
“Many thanks for your invaluable support in achieving the ‘best result’ for me at Macclesfield Magistrates Court last Friday. It was a professional business class journey with a first class upgrade result, and I am certainly impressed with the prompt and efficient manner in which the case was handled from the outset to completion.
The attention you professionally established to detail the presentation, was ‘carved out’ of a lot of superfluous, yet factual information and the process of identifying any unnecessary ‘literary weight’ to carry was resolved; resulting in the clear message delivery and case transparency for the Magistrates Bench to quickly and fully understand in order to reach the preferred outcome which we desired. All in all a very good performance. Thanks for listening and providing a solid foundation to support my case.
Once again many thanks, well done & with my sincere appreciation. Kind Regards”– Mr P, G – North Wales
This client instructed BB Law to draft a letter of mitigation in relation to a Speeding offence. The client’s objective was to avoid even a short disqualification. The objective was achieved at minimal cost.
“Just thought that I’d let you know the outcome of my hearing; 6 points and a hefty fine (but in accordance with the guidelines for magistrates). In the end I decided to plead guilty by post and I employed the services of Bobby Bell at BB Law. His advice and guidance was absolutely spot on and his fees extremely reasonable. I would have absolutely no hesitation in recommending him.” – A, M – Tyne and Wear
“I was represented by Bobby Bell of BB Law. I didn’t have to attend court. Bobby wrote a letter to the CPS and attended court on the first hearing. The CPS passed the matter over to the Police for their comments. Bobby chased the matter up on Thursday with the CPS and was informed that the matter had been discontinued due to lack of evidence. Regards” – G, S – Formby, Liverpool