Appeal against a penalty charge notice
Every day, the traffic police fines thousands of people for various violations and they needs to appeal against a penalty charge notice.
One of the most common, and with the highest fines, is speeding.
In the event that the traffic police detects you for speeding, you will be drawn up with an act for establishing an administrative violation.
As can be assumed from its name, the act establishes an administrative violation.
In short, the act describes information about the offender and the violation and fills in data that is mandatory by law.
Claim against traffic charge notice ?
It should be borne in mind that a large part of the fines are subsequently annulled by the court, due to violations on the part of the deed drafter already at the stage of drawing up and completing the deed.
Very often, it is precisely here that mandatory and strictly regulated procedures by law are not observed, which is why the act, and subsequently the criminal decree, are annulled.
After the act is drawn up and delivered to the offender, the latter has a 3-day period to object to it.
It is important to know that even if this 3-day period is missed, it is not a big problem.
According to the legal practice the objection is considered by the authority above the drafter of the act and very rarely it decides that the act is illegal and unfounded.
After the expiry of the 3-day period, the punishing authority has a 6-month period in which to issue a penal decree.
How to settle the appeal against a penalty charge notice
If this deadline is not met, and this is a common practice, the criminal decree is easily canceled by the court, when you need to appeal against a penalty charge notice
This is, in fact, another of the main lines on which the thesis of the defense is based on the appeal of a criminal decree.
The criminal decree itself must also be in a form strictly defined by law, and failure to comply with it leads to its cancellation by the court.
In the event that you wish to appeal a criminal decision, our team is fully available to prepare an appeal on your behalf, enter it into court and appear at a hearing on your behalf.
We note once again,in the event that instead of an act and a criminal decree of the traffic police, you are handed an electronic slip for speeding
The penalty has been registered with a stationary or mobile camera, the appeal of the slip takes place directly before the court and the procedure for appealing a criminal record is followed.
The difference is that the deadline for filing a complaint against an electronic receipt is 14 days, instead of 7 days, as is the case with the penal decree of the Traffic Police.
The fee you pay for appealing on your behalf against acts and criminal rulings of the Traffic Police includes absolutely everything that could arise as an expense and is a final amount.
Our team of lawyers has an extremely high success rate when appealing acts, electronic slips and criminal rulings of the Traffic Police.