Motor prosecutions

If you are charged with a motoring offence, ranging from speeding to cases involving fatality, we can help.

You will be undoubtedly worried about what could happen to you and your loved ones. Seeking our professional advice can prevent any unnecessary stress and ensure that, whatever the offence and the potential outcome, you are aware of and can prepare for the potential consequences.

What we can do if you are charged with or under suspicion of committing a motoring offence

The services we offer include pre-charge services, e.g. police interview to conclusion of your case.

We can assist with:

  • Advising and acting for you at a police interview
  • Advising you on prospects of defending any charges
  • Arranging professional representation for you at court either by external barristers or from within our own in-house advocacy team
  • Providing you with full representation, whether you are pleading guilty or not guilty to the charges
  • Making an application to retain your driving licence

Whatever your requirements, we will tailor our advice to the facts of your case and your circumstances. We aim to provide you with clear, straightforward advice and are committed to pursuing your case with the utmost vigour in order to achieve you the best outcome possible.

Motoring offences

We offer expert advice on a huge variety of motoring offences, including:

  • Speeding
  • Failing to provide driver information
  • Failure to adhere to road traffic signs and signals
  • Careless driving (driving without due care and attention)
  • Failing to stop after an accident and failing to report an accident
  • Driving without a licence
  • Driving without insurance
  • Drink-drive cases
  • Dangerous driving
  • Dangerous driving causing serious injury
  • All cases involving fatality
  • Tachograph offences

We have a dedicated, expert team who are well-versed in handling a wide range of motoring prosecutions.

To discuss your case with no obligation, please contact us.

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