In spite of the number of awareness campaigns and attempts to prevent it occurring, Drink Driving is still a very common offence. Depending on the circumstances, there may be a number of defences available in cases of Drink Driving.
With the “war on drugs” being at the forefront of Government policy, more and more offences are being brought in to tackle the problem in a similar manner to offences of Drink Driving.
Speeding Offences are very common and often seem minor, however there are restrictive time limits and the effects of a Speeding Offence on your personal life and career can be huge and should not be ignored.
Dangerous Driving is a serious offence, charged where a driver has fallen so far below the standard of a reasonable driver that a normal person would consider it to be dangerous.
Failure to Provide Details
Ignoring tickets or notices does not mean that they will disappear, it can instead lead to a prosecution for Failure to Provide Details and a fine and so they must be taken very seriously.
Road Traffic and Motoring Offences Fixed Fees
Our fixed fees apply to summary only motoring offences under Part I of the Road Traffic Act 1988 and s89 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. As part of MK Law’s ethos for client care and transparency, we understand the need for clients to be aware of the costs they will incur for our… Read more »