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The News Media value Richard's opinion as a Scottish Road Traffic Expert Lawyer and below are a selection of BBC News Articles and Radio Interviews, National Newspaper clips and Magazine articles regarding Richard Freeman. Several of the news articles cover amazing feats of legal defence strategy where Richard has successfully defended and won cases for clients, overcoming seemingly unsurmountable odds.

Richard Freeman Top Lawyer in Scotland for Driving Offences

BBC NEWS headlined article on

'Million mile' driver Edward Berry keeps licence despite causing A9 pile-up

Click HERE to read about Richard's landmark defence.

Road Traffic Lawyer saves driving licence of Drink Driver

The DAILY RECORD Newspaper headlines article titled

"Teacher spared jail after being caught drink-driving for a third time"

Click HERE to read how Richard Freeman from the Road Traffic Experts defended and won what other lawyers had thought an impossible case.

Most Prominent Scottish Road Traffic Solicitor for Road Traffic Offences

The SUNDAY MAIL Newspaper printed an Article detailing how Richard Freeman from the Road Traffic Experts proved a speed limit change was not legal and had the case thrown out of court!

"Done for Speeding? Not so fast. Motorist Wins Legal Fight after Road Limit Blunder!"

Speeding Offence Solicitor Richard Freeman proves Illegal Speed limit

Road Traffic Lawyer wins speeding court case

The DAILY RECORD Newspaper headlines article titled

"South Ayrshire Council could face hundreds of legal challenges after motorist wins landmark legal challenge over speed limit change"

Click HERE to read how Richard Freeman successfully defended a speeding charge for his client, proving the speed limit set by South Ayrshire Council was not legal. This is another landmark case win by Richard Freeman (nicknamed Mr. Technicality) of the Road Traffic Experts with some councils now in panic, checking the legality of their speed limits!

Lawyer for Taxi Drivers - Lawyer for HGV Drivers - Commercial Vehcile Lawyer

FACTS MAGAZINE ( Issue 73) which is a major National Trucking Magazine asked the Road Traffic Experts for an article on Legal Problems affecting Fleet and Commercial vehicle operators. Richard kindly obliged and discusses some of the issues. Click HERE to read the Articles on Pages 10 & 20.

HGV Driver Lawyet / Solicitor Scotland

Facts Magazine Commercial Vehicle, HGV Lawyer Richard Freeman

Most Prominent Scottish Road Traffic Solicitor for Road Traffic Offences

Sunday Mail: Richard comments sought by National Newspaper regarding the new lower drink drive limit for Scotland.

New drink drive limit scotland

Radio Interview of Scottish Drink Drive Limit

Radio Interview

In December 2014, Scotland's drink driving alcohol limits were significantly lowered. The BBC interview Road Traffic Expert Lawyer Richard Freeman (Solicitor Advocate), who successfuly defends people charged with drink driving offences, on the lowering of the permitted alcohol limits for driving and whether it will significantly improve road safety? Simply click on the youtube video below to listen.


Radio Broadcast regarding conviction rate statistics for Road Traffic Offences in Scotland

Radio Interview

As one of Scotland? successful Road Traffic Expert Lawyers, Solicitor Advocate Richard Freeman is asked for a radio interview to get his view on the latest Conviction Rate Statistics for road traffic offences.

While some sections of the public applaud an increase in conviction rates, many others feel that the Police are more interested in hitting their Performance Targets rather than whether their time is really improving road safety. It?s a much debated topic of conversation. Simply click on the youtube video below to listen.



MR FREEMAN SLAMS proposals to abolish corroboration in Scotland

The jealously guarded legal framework for proving crimes in Scotland is under attack by the Scottish Government as it considers whether to remove the requirement for corroboration in a criminal trial!

" Corroboration is an essential safe guard of an accused's innocence which essentially requires two independent sources of evidence of the essential facts of a case before anyone can be convicted of an offence . Without it an accused could be convicted of say dangerous driving or speeding on the evidence of one witness alone, whether that witness be a police officer or a civilian witness. One can readily see how this could be open to abuse. Without an independent check of that person's evidence, there would be a real risk of a miscarriage of justice. Over the years there have been hundreds of appeal cases overturned in the appeal case where the Appeal Court have agreed that a material miscarriage of justice has occurred following a conviction without the necessary corroborative evidence. My view is if we dispense with corroboration in Scotland we will be walking many cases into such similar miscarriages. I have defended more than enough cases to know that a police officer's testimony in court cannot and has not always been relied on, even in corroborated cases - I cannot begin to imagine how worse this could get where the only evidence put before the court is the evidence from a single police officer or worse a civilian witness who has a strong motive to lie or even is just genuinely mistaken. Even with the most deft and robust cross examination there is a risk that the judiciary might just get it wrong.

Colin Grant PR former editor of the Sunday Post

Most Prominent Scottish Road Traffic Solicitor for Road Traffic Offences

Sunday Mail Richard Freeman wins rare Exceptional Hardship Ban Avoidance ruling based on man caring for his pets!

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Richard Freeman, Scotland's leading Road Traffic Expert is quoted in The Times (7th August 2015), in opposition to the DVLA decision to not prosecute the Glasgow Bus Driver, who killed 6 people doing their Christmas shopping.
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Glasgow Bus Crash Driver not prosecuted in England says DVLA


The Sunday Post also asks Richard for his comments:

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The Sunday Post article on  the Bus driver who killed 6 people doing Chrismas Shopping


The Glasgow Herald also asks for Richard's views. Richard boldy declares that the Crown has played 'Judge and Jury and gone beyond their remit'

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Glasgow Herald asks Richard's opinion on Crown not prosecuting Glasgow bus driver

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