Drink Driving Solicitors in London

London based experts in Drink Driving Offences

We are leading drink driving solicitors and represent motorists charged with a range of drink driving offences.

We use our expertise to secure the best possible outcome for our clients, whether this is an acquittal, the avoidance of disqualification, reduction of the length of a driving disqualification, or in more serious cases, avoiding a custodial sentence.

Whether it’s drink driving, being drunk in charge of a vehicle, failing to provide a specimen or being unfit to drive through drink or drugs, we have the experience and know-how to help you through this turbulent time.

Being accused of drink driving can take its toll on you and your family, so we will be there for you right from the very start, giving you all the expert advice and guidance you will need at this difficult time.

We have an outstanding record for defending motorists who feel that they have been wrongly accused of drink driving offences, so if you have been caught drink driving, don’t leave it any longer – contact us a today for a free consultation.

Contact us for a free initial consultation

Call us now for a free consultation without obligation. We will then ask you to provide details about your drink driving case and will then focus on any other issues which may be relevant when it comes to your case, as well as the importance of your licence to you.

Once we have all this information, we will propose a strategy as to how to approach your case in order to achieve the best possible outcome.

Responsible Drinking and Driving

Caddick Davies Solicitors do not promote or condone drink driving, which we consider to be a serious offence which can impact heavily on others. We advise any motorist to avoid driving after you have consumed alcohol or if you are unsure as to whether you may be over the legal limit (35mg in breath) the following day after a night out. Please do not take the chance and drive responsibly!

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