06Aug 2014

Traffic Offences in the UK General practice lawyers who deal with all areas of criminal law won’t always know the ideal legal arguments that can be put forward on your behalf if you have been accused of any of the motoring offences below;

23Sep 2015

Drug Driving Offences Since March 2015, it has been a criminal offence to drive with excess levels of many legal and illegal drugs in your system. Drug driving is a very different offence to police however than drinking and driving is. Not only are there many different types of drugs included in the legislation, but […]

03Oct 2015

Without Due Care Driving Offences The definition of driving without due care and attention (careless driving) is that the standard of your driving has to fall below that expected from a careful and prudent driver. This makes the offence subjective rather than definitive and is thus open to interpretation, providing a certain amount of wiggle […]

06Nov 2015

Hit and Run – Fail To Stop – Fail To Report The offence of failing to stop after an accident and failing to report an accident fall under the category of hit and run offences and as such are commonly convicted in conjunction with one another. If you are involved in an accident, you are […]

06Dec 2015

What Is Dangerous Driving? The main difference between dangerous driving and driving without due care and attention is that while part of the definition of the two offences is similar, namely; that the standard of your driving falls below that expected from a prudent and reasonable driver, BUT ALSO; that the standard of your driving […]

18Jan 2016

Drunk in Charge Offences If you have your car keys on you and you are over the limit then you can be charged with being drunk in charge. This means that even if you have good intentions and don’t intend to drive while drunk, by sleeping in your car in a car park until you […]