Preparation for Court: ParkingEye v Wood (3JD01272)

This is the transcript of a 2014 case but it serves to show what actually happens at court, how evidence is presented and how a judge deals with the issues. There are no real legal points of note in the case but it helps people prepare for court as there are balanced exchanges on both sides. 

Point to note is that Mrs Wood is being helped in this case by a BMPA Lay Representative. If you want someone to be with you in court to present your case for you, and that person is not a lawyer/solicitor, they can do so using this piece of legislation (The Lay Representatives (Rights of Audience) Order 1999). Judges will normally agree unless there are reasons he/she considers it would not serve the court. 

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Download a copy of the Woods case below

 

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