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Asim is a Parnter and Criminal Defence Solicitor in Manchester.
Based at our Manchester office, Asim heads the firm’s specialist Road Traffic Department.
Dual qualified as Solicitor and Barrister, Asim now practices in both the Magistrates’ and Crown Courts.
A highly regarded Lawyer and Advocate by his peers and client’s alike, Asim has a reputation which others can only aspire to.
Due to the number of years experience Asim has in dealing with motoring offences on a daily basis, he not only has a robust attitude with his adversaries, he also has great client care and fully appreciates the consequences of loosing a driving licence. Asim will do everything the law permits to save a licence, or at the least minimise points or the length of ban.
Such is Asim’s reputation for achieving results, client’s will often engage his professional services on a private fee paying basis to ensure that they have the best team on their side.
Just some of the matters that Asim deals with are; Causing death by careless driving, dangerous driving, Tachographs, No Insurance, Failure to give details, speeding, matters effecting new and young drivers, Due Care, Totting up, Failure to Provide a Specimen, Drink Driving, mobile phone, exceptional hardship.
Asim is appointed to deal with all Road Traffic Matters for a number of businesses throughout the United Kingdom.
See Asim’s Articles:
Road traffic specialist at Tuckers solicitors, Asim Ali, managed to argue that “exceptional circumstances” applied in the case of Brandon Fernandez – meaning that he avoided both prison and a driving ban. Mr Fernandez argued that he had suffered a blackout before the collision and had no memory of the crash. See more details of… Read more »
The Tuckers’ Road Traffic Deparment is having increasing success in defending cases where there is a technical defence to the proceedings. Recently Asim Ali, of Tuckers’ Manchester office, successfully defended a case for a client who was before the court for drink driving and being drunk in charge of a motor vehicle. The client had… Read more »