Motoring Offence - Driving Solicitors in Norton-on-Derwent
If you're looking for a specialist in motoring offences, then Driving Solicitors can help. Our team represent clients in Norton-on-Derwent.
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We designed our service around our client's needs. Providing motorists with easier access to a specialist defence solicitor in motoring offences. Many of our cases never reach a trial, however, we work closely with barristers who can provide representation at court when necessary.
With years of experience in drink driving, speeding and mobile phone offences; Driving Solicitors have an excellent understanding of motoring law. Throughout the years we have successfully defended many clients. Having worked within the legal sector for many years we have built up a working relationships with Magistrates' Courts and Crown Prosecution Services up and down the country providing us with the perfect foundation when helping you with your case.
At Driving Solicitors we have a team of professional, friendly and approachable solicitors. We will talk you through all your options and help you achieve the outcome you want from your case.
Drink Driving Offences in Norton-on-Derwent
If you have been accused of drinking and driving (drunk driving), Don’t risk a drink driving ban – Driving Solicitors can help you keep hold of your licence.
Drinking and driving (drunk driving) is a serious driving offence carrying a minimum 12 month ban as standard. One way to avoid a drink driving ban is to dispute and defend against the allegation with one of our motoring offence driving solicitors, unless you can prove that mitigating circumstances that caused you to be drink driving a motor vehicle whilst over the blood alcohol limit.
Speeding Offences in Norton-on-Derwent
Have you been accused of speeding? Don’t risk points and a fine – Driving Solicitors can help you keep hold of your licence.
How long do speeding-related points remain on your licence? Points received from speeding will remain on your licence for 4 years, beginning from the date of your speeding offence.
In order to convict a person of speeding, the prosecution must prove beyond any reasonable doubt that the defendant: Was driving, Was driving a motor vehicle, Was driving on a public road, or in a public place or was driving at a speed that exceeded the limit for that road/place
Mobile Driving Offences in Norton-on-Derwent
Have you been wrongly accused of using your mobile phone while driving? Don’t risk 6 points and a fine – Driving Solicitors can help you keep hold of your licence.
It is a driving offence to use a hand-held mobile phone or device whilst operating a motor vehicle. If found guilty, this driving offence carries a fine of up to £1,000, in addition to 6 penalty points.
The fine can increase to up to £2,500 if the vehicle being driven was a bus, coach or heavy goods vehicle. Driving Solicitors can help build a defence to save your licence, avoid penalty points and a fine.
Drug Driving Offences in Norton-on-Derwent
If you have been accused of driving While Unfit Due to the Influence of Drugs (drug driving), Don’t risk a drug driving ban – Driving Solicitors can help you keep hold of your licence.
New legislation makes it much simpler to convict an individual of so called ‘drug driving’. Police Officers can test whether an individual is over the legal limit using a straightforward blood test, administered by a medical practitioner at the police station.
An individual who is charged with a drug driving offence will have to appear in court. Driving Solicitors advise you to keep your blood sample (refrigerated) and seek professional advice immediately from one of our experienced dui solicitors.