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Avoid disqualification for drink driving

100
years' combined
experience

Drink driving is a serious offence with harsh punishments.

Usually, you’d be disqualified for a minimum of 12 months, which would have a huge and unwelcome impact on your life. That’s why we challenge the evidence and argue your case.

If there were special reasons to drive (such as an emergency) or the police didn’t follow procedure, you may be able to keep your licence.

Failing to provide samples

If you have failed to provide a sample of breath, blood or urine, it does not always mean you are guilty of an offence. If you had a reasonable excuse, you may have a defence. With our expertise, we can help you prove your innocence.

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Unfit driving, drink or drugs

If you are being prosecuted for being unfit to drive, the prosecution must prove that you were unfit and that it was directly because of alochol or drugs. This requires expert evidence. We can use our experience to help you challenge this.

In charge of a motor vehicle

If you face an accusation of drunk in charge of a motor vehicle, you can avoid a disqualification even if you are guilty, as the Court can impose points instead. If you didn't intend to drive while over the limit, you may have a defence. We can use our expertise to help you keep your licence.

What would disqualification mean for you?

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