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Many people who are ordinarily careful drivers will find themselves charged or summonsed to appear at court for a motoring offence at some point in their lives, from speeding or going through a red traffic light, to driving whilst over the prescribed alcohol limit or even serious allegations of careless or dangerous driving. The consequences of conviction can include the loss of your licence, your livelihood or even your liberty.
Road traffic law is a highly specialised and technical area and the number of prosecutions is increasing year on year. We will thoroughly investigate all potential defences, including ensuring that the police and the Crown Prosecution Service have properly brought the case to court, and taking expert advice now could ultimately save you thousands of pounds in motor insurance premiums. Although disqualification is mandatory in some cases, in others it may be possible to argue “special reasons” in order to preserve your licence and prevent disqualification. We understand that the consequences of a driving ban can be serious and far-reaching for the individual concerned and strive to achieve the best possible outcome for all our clients.
We have represented clients charged with the whole spectrum of motoring offences including causing death by dangerous and careless driving, speeding offences, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, driving without insurance and using a mobile telephone at the wheel. We can also assist with parking fines and tickets.
Legal aid is only available for most serious of road traffic offences. For privately paying clients we can offer a fixed fee or an hourly rate, depending on the complexity of the case. Call us now on 0207 790 4032 or alternatively, complete the on-line enquiry form and we will contact you for a confidential discussion about your case.
Suspected of or charged with a criminal offence?
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