Drink driving offences

Have you been arrested for or charged with a drink driving offence?

If you have been arrested for or charged with a drink driving offence it is essential to have a skilled motoring law solicitor in your corner to help you navigate the complicated criminal justice system, defend your position, and preserve your legal rights. We will be by your side from the moment you are arrested, to the conclusion of your case. We attend police stations to assist clients who have been arrested, and our solicitors are Higher Courts Advocates, meaning they can represent clients even in the most serious of cases in all courts.

How our Drink Driving Solicitors can help you

If you are facing a drink driving offence, you need the support of a law firm with an unbeatable track record and expertise in handling motoring offences. When interviewed by police or charged in relation to drink driving, having the right legal advice, support and representation at the earliest opportunity is essential. Our priority is to keep you on the road, helping you to avoid disqualification from driving or any more serious consequences wherever possible. We go the extra mile to ensure we achieve the best available outcome for you, every time.

Drink Driving related Expertise

  • Being in charge of a vehicle while above the legal limit or unfit through drink
  • Driving or attempting to drive while above the legal limit or unfit through drink
  • Refusing to provide a specimen of breath, blood or urine for analysis
  • Causing death by careless driving when under the influence of drink
  • Disqualification on penalty points – totting up
  • Using ‘exceptional hardship’ to avoid disqualification from driving

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Speak to one of our expert motoring law solicitors now – call 01245 343971 or email drivingenq@gepp.co.uk.

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