'Euan Cameron represented me at Glasgow High Court after I was charged with attempted murder. I was 18 years old and I was terrified. I was not responsible for stabbing anyone and was really scared when I was told that I could end up getting six or seven years in prison. Mr Cameron did a great job for me and I was really happy with the way in which he cross examined the witnesses who were lying about me and spoke on my behalf to the jury. I was found not guilty and I will never forget the way in which Mr Cameron helped me out'

Mr H, Glasgow. Prosecuted in the High Court of Justiciary for attempted murder and found not guilty

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'I felt compelled to send you this letter to express my heartfelt gratitude for everything you have done for me. There were times during my case when I simply couldn't see the light at the end of the tunnel but I never lost faith in you. Going to trial and facing such serious accusations was an awful experience for me but as time wore on and the truth began to emerge I started to feel hope for the first time. Your presentation of my case was superb and I could see that you really believed in me. The end result was brilliant and I feel as if I can now enjoy my life again. Thank you so much Euan'

Mr P, Galston, Ayrshire. Prosecuted before a jury in Glasgow in respect of a number of allegations of sexual assault. Found not guilty on all charges.

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'I can't thank you enough. You saved my reputation and my career. I will forever be in your debt. If I hear of anyone who could benefit from you assistance I will pass them on'

Mrs S, from Glasgow, prosecuted and acquitted on a charge of drink driving at Glasgow Justice if the Peace Court.

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'You were worth every penny and more. Your service from beginning to end was exceptional and I am overjoyed with the result. The relief is overwhelming'

Ms. E, from Helensburgh, prosecuted and acquitted on a charge of drink driving at Dumbarton Sheriff Court.

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'Euan is a a true master of his art. Through his belief in me and his first rate court skills he has saved my job, my lifestyle and that of my family. Absolutely superb'

Mr. B, from Ayr, prosecuted for dangerous driving at Livingston Sheriff Court. Convicted of lesser charge of careless driving and allowed to keep his license.

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'Euan Cameron is a class act. He achieved an absolutely unbelievable result for me when I was certain that I was going to lose my license. Thank you so much for all that you have done for us'

Mr. G, Troon, caught driving at 120 mph in a 70mph zone and prosecuted for dangerous driving in Ayr. Convicted of a lesser charge of careless driving and allowed to retain his license.

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'Thanks Euan. I am quite emotional after today's events. I can't believe that this horrific experience has finally ended and with a result I could never have imagined I would get. From me and my family - thank you so much'

Mr. R, Irvine. Prosecuted at Kilmarnock Sheriff Court for dangerous driving after been caught driving at 118mph in a 60mph zone. Convicted of a lesser charge of careless driving and allowed to keep his license.

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'Euan. We will forever be in your debt. We were told by another lawyer that my son didn't have a leg to stand on and you got him found not guilty. We are over the moon and wouldn't hesitate to recommend you to anyone who finds themselves in a similar position'

Mrs C, whose son was prosecuted for drunk driving at Dumbarton Sheriff Court and found not guilty after trial.

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'What a result! I Still can't get my head round it. I really did think that I was going to lose my job before you clutched victory from the jaws of defeat. A superb outcome. Thanks"

Mr F. Prosecuted at Kilmarnock Justice of the Peace Court for allegedly running a red light. Found not guilty after trial.

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'I just wanted to drop you a line to say thanks for all the work which you and your team put in on my behalf. Its very daunting going to trial when two police officers claim that you are a liar and I never thought that I stood any chance of winning my case. The cross examination of the police officers was a joy for me to behold and I felt thoroughly vindicated with the outcome of the case'

Mr W, East Kilbride. Prosecuted for driving whilst allegedly using a mobile phone at Kilmarnock Justice of the Peace Court. Found not guilty after trial.

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'Thanks Euan. Its really daunting to be going to court with the risk of losing your license and with two police officers claiming that you broke the law. I had a lot of sleepless nights! You presented my case really well and got me the result I was after. I really appreciate your help'

Mr S. Stonehaven. Prosecuted at Aberdeen Sheriff Court for failing to provide a sample of breath at a police office. Found not guilty after trial.

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'Brilliant. Just brilliant. I have never seen police officers look so incompetent. Still cant get my head round that result and I am really chuffed! Thanks a million!'

Mr B, Aberdeen. Prosecuted at Aberdeen Sheriff Court for failing to provide a specimen of breath. Found not guilty after trial.

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'What a relief Euan. Cant believe that's it over with. Really happy with what you did for me and the effort you put in. Thanks and I wont hesitate to recommend you to my friends'

Mr O, Aberdeen. Prosecuted for drink driving at Aberdeen Sheriff Court and found not guilty.

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'That was spellbinding to watch. After it dawned on me that I was going to win my case I just sat back and enjoyed the show. Superb from beginning to end Euan. Thanks.

Mr B, Tain. Prosecuted for speeding at Tain Justice of the Peace Court. Found not guilty.

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'Dear Euan. Thank you so much for defending me and fighting my corner. You are a genuinely excellent lawyer you were worth every penny. Before I got you involved I thought that I was going to lose everything. I was mortified that I had been caught without insurance and convinced myself that I was going to lose my driving license and my taxi license. You never doubted me and fought my corner brilliantly.

Mrs M, Edinburgh. Prosecuted for driving without insurance at Edinburgh Justice of the Peace Court. Special reasons for non-endorsation of penalty established and absolute discharge granted.

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'Euan. Sorry for ever doubting you. I spoke with several lawyers before instructing you and they all told me the same thing-that Gatso Cameras cant be beaten. Whilst you told me that I was up against it I put my faith in you and it was rewarded and then some. You took full advantage of error on the part of the fiscal and secured me an amazing result. My license has been saved and I absolutely ecstatic. What a lawyer!'

Mr T, Peterhead. Prosecuted for speeding at Edinburgh Justice of the Peace Court. Found not guilty after trial.

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'Mr Cameron. I have given evidence many times as a police officer before retiring and faced many different defence lawyers. My former career also made me believe that drink driving charges were impossible to beat. Your conduct of my case was as impressive as I have seen and you proved my assumptions about drink driving cases wrong. Your knowledge of the law was really impressive and you court craft equally so. Thank you so much for all that you have undertaken for me'

Mrs L, retired police officer. Prosecuted at Edinburgh Sheriff Court for drink driving and found not guilty.

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'I used your Mr Cameron recently when I was prosecuted at Paisley Justice of the Peace Court for allegedly driving whilst using a mobile phone. I just wanted to say that i received a really good standard of service and that Mr Cameron got a great result for me. Given that I was on nine penalty points and need my license for my work the stakes could not have been higher for me.' 

Mr G, Hamilton. Prosecuted at Paisley JP Court for driving whilst using a mobile phone and found not guilty.

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'As a staff nurse any sort of conviction for drink driving could have been fatal to my career. The fact that the charge against me was found not proven is an incredible relief to me. I firmly believe that you have saved my career and my reputation and I could not be more grateful for your help'

Mr Z. Prosecuted at Stirling Sheriff Court for drink driving. Charge against him found not proven

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'I work as a social worker in the criminal justice system and had watched you in action in court on many occasions. I had always been impressed by how hard you fight for your clients and the manner is which you present their case. In the early part of this year I was arrested and charged with a breach of the peace and vandalism. I contacted you and at no point did you make me feel embarrassed about my predicament. To the contrary you showed compassion, understanding and patience in abundance. You were incredibly thorough in the preparation of my case and your tenacity paid off in full when the prosecutor decided to take no further proceedings against me. I would have lost my job if you had not came to my rescue'

Mrs A, Bishopbriggs. Prosecuted at Lanark Sheriff Court. After representations were made to the Crown no further criminal proceedings were taken.

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'When my son was arrested and charged with death by dangerous driving me and my family were stricken with fear over what would happen to him. A friend of the family gave me your name and looking back contacting you was the best move we ever made. The effort that you put in to fighting my sons case was absolutely incredible. You were never too busy to call us back or answer a question and you provided us with realistic expert advice at all times during our ordeal. The result that achieved for my boy was better than we could ever have expected and has allowed him to continue with his life and have a future.' 

Mrs M, Livingston. Her son was prosecuted in the High Court for causing death by dangerous driving. This charge carries with it a fourteen year maximum prison sentence. He was ultimately convicted of a lesser charge of dangerous driving and avoided a prison sentence.

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'I run a courier company and my driving license is essential to my employment. In October 2014 I was arrested for failing to provide a specimen of breath to the police at the roadside and thereafter at Maryhill Police Office. I was told by my first lawyer that I should plead guilty. I didn't agree with this advice and instructed Mr Cameron. We went to trial and I was found not guilty of failing to provide a sample in the police office and pled guilty to failing to provide a sample of breath at the roadside. I had nine points on my license and faced a totting up ban. Mr Cameron argued that exceptional hardship applied and the judge agreed and allowed me to continue driving. All things considered this was an amazing result. I am very happy with Mr Cameron's efforts on my behalf and wouldn't hesitate to recommend him'

Mr B. Prosecuted at Glasgow Justice of the Peace Court for failing to provide specimens at the roadside and in the police office. Found not guilty of the more serious charge of failing to provide a specimen in the police office and pled guilty to the lesser charge of failing to provide a roadside breath test. Allowed to continue driving after exceptional hardship found to apply.

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