There are a host of offences that fall under the “motoring” label – from parking tickets at one end of the spectrum to death by dangerous driving at the other, with a plethora of charges in between. Whatever offence you have been accused of, the team at Freeman & Co Solicitors is on hand to offer you our expertise.
The majority of people can probably say that they have admitted an offence of speeding during their driving years.
Failure to furnish
Details of the driver of a vehicle must be supplied when requested by the police.
Totting up 12 points
Totting up occurs when a driver accrues 12 points or more within a three year period.
The police can stop you randomly; however, they can not request that you provide a breath sample without good reason to suspect that you have been drinking.
Failure to provide specimen
It is an offence to fail to provide a specimen for analysis when requested by a police officer.
Driving whilst unfit
This is often closely related to the drink driving offence.
There are three main offences relating to use of a mobile phone whilst driving.
Dangerous driving is one of the most serious road traffic offences
Death by dangerous driving
Causing Death by Dangerous Driving is arguably the most serious of road traffic offences
Driving without due care and attention
The offence of driving without due care and attention
Death by careless driving
Causing Death by Careless or Inconsiderate Driving The offence of causing death by careless driving
Driving with no insurance
Driving with no insurance is a serious offence.
It is expressly forbidden to cross the solid white line at a red traffic light in any circumstances.
New driver provisions
If you have recently passed your test or are still a new driver, the last thing that you want to do is to lose your licence!
For hardship to be exceptional, it must be more than is normally suffered.
It is an offence to use certain vehicles without a fully working Tachograph that is functioning and running.
Notces of intended prosecution
Registered keeper of a vehicle following the alleged commission of an offence.
Special reasons can apply to all sorts of motoring cases.
In order to prove that a driver has been driving in a careless or inconsiderate manner.
If you are facing prosecution or investigation, we have a team of specialist Lawyers to help you.
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