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Drunk in Charge of a Vehicle

Being drunk in charge of a vehicle is a serious offence with potentially severe legal consequences. The penalties for being intoxicated while in control of a vehicle differ somewhat from those for dri...
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Driving Not In Accordance With A Licence

UK motoring law requires that anyone driving a motor vehicle in a public place should have a valid driving licence that permits them to drive the class of vehicle that they are driving at the time. Dr...
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Totting Up Ban Solicitors

A totting up ban is an automatic driving ban that is handed to drivers who accumulate 12 or more points on their driving licence within a three year period. The length of the driving ban varies but is...
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CU80 Driving Offence – What You Need To Know

If you are caught using your mobile phone whilst driving, you may be charged with a CU80 driving offence. It is important to understand that this is a serious offence that could result in six penalty...
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Section 170 Road Traffic Act

UK motoring law requires all drivers to stop at the scene of an accident when damage is caused to another vehicle, when personal injury is caused to any other person, or if damage occurs to a roadside...
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Sentencing Guidelines For Speeding Offences

The minimum penalty for speeding is a £100 fine and 3 penalty points added to your licence. (see When it comes to sentencing guidelines, speeding punishments han...
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Can You Get Done For Drink Driving Without Being Breathalysed

You cannot be convicted of a drink driving offence unless it is proven that you are driving or attempting to drive your vehicle with a blood alcohol level above the prescribed limit. However, this doe...
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Exceptional Hardship Driving Ban (With Examples)

Motorists facing a driving ban either as a direct penalty or a ‘totting up’ disqualification can make an application to the courts for them not to be banned from driving on the grounds of ‘exceptional...
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Special Reasons: How a Solicitor Can Help Reduce Your Motoring Offence Sentence

Mitigating circumstances and special reasons are factors that may lead to a reduced sentence or penalty for a motoring offence. These circumstances do not excuse the offence but may be considered by t...
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What Are The Defences to a Drink Driving Charge

Drink driving is a serious offence which can lead to sentences ranging from a 12-month driving ban and a fine all the way to a custodial sentence and driving ban of 60 months but there are several leg...
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