Drink Driving Offences
Being charged with a drink driving offence is a serious matter. The consequences of being convicted of an offence can have lasting effects depending upon the offence. A conviction is likely to affect you job, business or family life.
Although cases are often dealt with by a financial penalty, convictions can result in prison sentences. A minimum 12 month driving ban can only be avoided in a narrow range of circumstances. If a conviction is a second offence within 10 years of the first then the minimum driving disqualification will be 3 years.
A conviction for excess alcohol or similar offence will stay on your driving licence for 10 years.
Our expert road traffic lawyers regularly defend those charged with:
- Driving with excess alcohol
- Drunk in charge
- Failing to provide a specimen for analysis
- High risk offenders
We will always investigate the circumstances of your case and see whether legal aid is available for your free representation in your motoring law case before the Magistrates’ Court. You can read more about the legal aid scheme here.
If you are not eligible than we will provide representation in your road traffic case for a fixed fee. This will allow you to know about and budget for the cost of your legal fees. You can read about these fees here.