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Motoring offences

If you have been fined or are being prosecuted for an alleged motoring offence, it is important to seek prompt legal advice. Different driving offences carry different penalties, which may include a fine and penalty points, or disqualification. Some of the more serious offences carry custodial sentences.

We can protect your interests across the whole spectrum of motoring matters, from the initial stages through to interviews under caution and representation in Court.  We have extensive experience in cases at all levels of seriousness, from speeding, mobile phone offences and drink / drug driving, to causing death by dangerous driving.

Working alongside our expert lawyers, you will have a clear understanding of the driving charges that you face, a detailed but plain English appraisal of your legal position and a clear view of the steps that we will take to protect you and your driving licence. 

Motoring offences can have disastrous consequences on your work and family life.  You must act quickly – there may be a technical defence available to you, or we may be able to avoid a disqualification on the grounds of exceptional hardship.  People often fail to appreciate the importance of being able to drive, until they lose their licence.  Would you keep your job if you lost yours?

For expert but common-sense advice on all aspects of motoring law, contact our experienced criminal defence solicitors at Moore & Tibbits on 01926 491 181.

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