Suspending proceedings

If you have received a notice of intended prosecution for a driving offence in Germany, one of the best results is when proceedings are suspended. Our expert team of German lawyers can help achieve this.

Suspending proceedings

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If you have received a notice of intended prosecution from the authorities in Germany, one of the best results that can be achieved is when the proceedings against you are suspended.
The authorities are not legally obliged to bring summary proceedings against you. Indeed they have discretion to suspend proceedings at any point.

For assistance on achieving this and for more advice on German road traffic law, call our expert team of German lawyers on +49 (0) 221 / 951 563 0.


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Christian Solmecke is a partner at the law firm WILDE BEUGER SOLMECKE. He is the author of numerous legal publications in the area of internet and IT law. He is also an associate lecturer for social media law at the Cologne University of Applied Sciences.

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