Motoring Law and Driving Offences

Our Senior Motoring Law and Drink Driving solicitors have the technical knowledge required to exploit the weaknesses and errors in a prosecution case, which so can to acquittal or reduced sentence

Tim Gir

Tim Gir

Senior Partner

"We take on every type of case. From routine matters to complex cases involving tricky points of law and grey areas. We know that many lawyers just aren’t willing to invest the energy in these unusual types of cases."

How we handle motoring offences

Our leading solicitor in dealing with motoring law and drink driving cases is Tim Gir who has a wealth of successful cases behind him.

Our solicitors have the expertise and advocacy skills to represent you in many instances. If we think you would benefit from specific expertise, we will use London-based barristers.

But we will always make sure the barrister we get for you is the right one for the job. You can see our fee structure for motoring offences here.

We have expertise in delivering successful outcomes. So whatever your enquiry, get in touch now. 

Find out more about our team of criminal law solicitors.

Common motoring and driving offences

  • Speeding
  • Driving without insurance
  • Failing to stop
  • Failing to report an accident
  • Mobile phone use
  • Failure to provide a specimen
  • Drink driving and drug driving
  • Drunk in charge
  • Post-accident alcohol consumption
  • Careless driving
  • Death by dangerous driving
  • Failing to notify details of driver

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