Muhammad Navid Akhtar Hamid
Navid has considerable experience of successfully defending clients in motoring offences. He represents clients in Magistrate Courts and Crown Courts on a regular basis. He is well versed with the law and provides effective advice to his clients. He is fluent in English, Urdu, Punjabi and Hindi.
Navid is a seasoned advocate. His skills in case management and advocacy, make him a popular choice. He is known for his attention to detail, cross-examination skills and his ability to present complex evidence to the court. He is approachable and always in demand for his advice and advocacy skills.
His work spans across wide range of motoring cases including:
- Drink driving
- Drug driving
- Driving without due care and attention
- Dangerous driving
- Driving whilst disqualified
- Driving without insurance
- Driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence
- Failure to provide information
- Failure to provide a specimen for analysis
- Mobile phone offences
- Speeding offences
- Penalty points
- Exceptional hardship arguments
- Special Reasons arguments
- Appeals against conviction and/or sentence
What my clients say
"Good afternoon Muhammed,
Stunning result on this case…thank you for your work on this!"
"Great news - I can stop worrying about that now! :)
Thanks so much Navid."
"Just expressing my thanks for today.
You are a good man and my faith in the job you are doing has given my hope that people like yourself will help those in need."
Thank you for this. This was a brilliant result and we are grateful for counsels assistance. Mr Beaumont also wishes to pass on his thanks to counsel."
I have just spoken to this client and although an unfavourable result, he wished me to pass on his thanks to Navid Hamid. He had positive feedback and very much enjoyed his discussions with him. Thanks again."
Professional & academic
- LLM Legal Practice (Barristers) - BPP University Bristol
- Postgraduate Diploma (International Commercial and Corporate Law) - University of Gloucestershire
- LLB (Hons) - University of Gloucestershire