Drink Driving/Excess Alcohol

A conviction for Drink Driving/Excess Alcohol has serious implications for the driver. If convicted you face an obligatory disqualification in most cases.

HOWEVER, the situation is not beyond repair. The Court of Appeal has regularly stated that the Police must follow the statutory guidelines as set out in the Road Traffic Act. In most cases the Police do get it right but sometimes they do not. The Road Traffic Act is extremely complex and any breach of the guidelines by the Police is likely to result in an acquittal.

Bearing in mind the consequences of a conviction and subsequent disqualification it is always advisable to seek the advice of a specialist motoring lawyer to examine the case in detail to make sure there are no procedural irregularities or breaches of the statutory procedure.

Even if you have to plead guilty we advise you special reasons may exist for you not to be disqualified so it is always worth getting advice from us to see if your circumstances fit the necessary criteria.

If you have been charged with a Drink Driving/Excess Alcohol offence contact us for advice. Your livelihood could be at stake and your quality of life could be seriously affected. Even if you will not lose your job the simple pleasures in life such as taking your children to school or being able to enjoy your hobbies will be at risk.

If you want to know whether or not you should plead guilty to a Drink Driving or Excess Alcohol offence or whether you can successfully defend your Drink Driving case call Tim now on 07595 934 754 to discuss.

Penalty mandatory disqualification - minimum 12 months.

Mandatory disqualification of 36 months for a like offence within the last 10 years.

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