Hi, my partner was recently pulled over by the police for hooning. He admits that there is a POSSIBILITY to what the police have accused him of, (both tires spun) but he says it was an accident, and that he simply took the corner wide and in a hurry. He has no proof of this. The police have taken his car, and have also set a date for early May, and at this Magistrates Court hearing, he will more then likely lose his drivers licence, but if he loses it, there is a high possibility he will lose his job too. Is there anything he can do to stop his licence suspension? On his set court date, is he able to tell the judge that he needs it to work? and is there a possibility he could keep his drivers licence or maybe even get an extraordinary licence? please help. He really needs his licence, and job.