Drunk in charge of a motor vehicle.

Did you know that if you sit in your car waiting to be picked up by a friend you could be prosecuted in respect of being drunk in charge of a motor vehicle. 

However, there is a defence to being drunk in charge of a motor vehicle on the basis of a lack of intention to drive.

However, the onus is on your to prove you had no intention to drive and without a lawyer the odds are stacked against you when you come up against a Prosecution Solicitor.

You need a Specialist Motoring Offence Lawyer to assist you with this defence.

Call Tim for advice on 07595 934 754.

Penalty - minimum 10 penalty points or discretionary disqualification and up to 3 month imprisonment, maximum fine £2,500.

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