Finally, the lawyer we all need..
Celebrity lawyer Nick Freeman came to prominence when he successfully defended David Beckham against a speeding charge in 1999, arguing that the England midfielder had been frightened by a paparazzi photographer while driving in Cheshire. He managed to have a case against the cricketer Andrew Flintoff, who was charged with driving at 87mph in a 50mph zone, thrown out after 41 seconds by showing the notice for prosecution had been sent late.
He also successfully protected a person accused of driving a Porsche Turbo at 176mph
by arguing the prosecution could not prove who was driving the car.
'Mr Loophole' performs U-turn on driving laws - Home News, UK - The Independent
The ones that got away
Sir Alex Ferguson, 1999: When Sir Alex drove on the hard shoulder, Freeman had him cleared by saying he needed the toilet because he had an upset stomach.
Wayne Rooney, 2004: Cleared of driving without insurance. Freeman argued he sent a fax asking the case to be adjourned but it had gone ahead in his absence.
Andrew Flintoff, 2008: Caught doing 87mph in a 50mph zone, Flintoff was let off because the prosecution notice was sent two days later than the law allows.
Colin Montgomerie, 2008: Caught speeding for the third time in four years and failing to pay the fine, Mr Loophole said the golfer's schedule and fear of flying meant he had to drive from Scotland to Surrey every weekend. He escaped a driving ban.
Jeremy Clarkson, 2007: Alfa Romeo lent the Top Gear man a car and sent him a ticket when it was caught speeding. But he got off because they couldn't prove who was driving the car at the time.