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Driving Offences

If you have been caught, or accused of committing a driving offence, it is essential to have specialist legal representation behind you. Accruing a number of penalty points, facing disqualification and losing your licence can not only have an impact on your personal life, but on your professional life as well.

More and more motorists are being caught by speed cameras, police radars and spot checks and want to know what their legal position is and what their rights are.

We will consider the evidence and your personal circumstances and see what can be done to avoid a drink driving ban. If you plead guilty to an offence of driving whilst over the legal limit of alcohol, it is only in very limited circumstances that the court has any discretion not to disqualify you from driving. The court would have to find ‘special reasons’ not to disqualify you from driving.

If special reasons are not found the court must impose a period of disqualification and the minimum period of that disqualification is 12 months. Before any plea is entered, however, our specialist lawyers will consider the evidence carefully and provide you with accurate and honest advice in relation to your options.

Motoring offences can seem minor, and there is always a temptation to represent yourself.   However, the impact of a conviction, and/or penalty points on your driving licence, can have a disproportionately significant impact upon your work and home life. It is always worth taking legal advice, and invariably, better to have a Solicitor who is experienced in dealing with these kind of offences to speak on your behalf, and present your case most effectively.

CKE Law has a dedicated team of driving offence solicitors who work tirelessly to ensure their clients are not falling victim to harsh penalties and that police procedures are being properly implemented.

We provide expert advice and support for those caught or accused of driving offences such as:

  • Drink Driving
  • Drug Driving
  • Dangerous Driving
  • Careless Driving
  • Driving Without A Licence
  • Speeding
  • Death By Dangerous Driving
  • Uninsured Vehicles
  • Failure to Provide Documents
  • Careless Driving
  • Driving Whilst Unfit
  • Driving Without Insurance
  • Mobile Phone Offences
  • Driving Without Due Car
  • Totting Up
  • Exceptional Hardship
  • New Driver Previsions
  • Special Reasons

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