Case Study - How to Reduce or Remove a Driving Ban
We recently represented a client, Mr D, who was serving a 3 year driving ban due to being convicted of drink driving for a second time within a 10 year period. Since the date of the ban he had been unable to secure any meaningful employment and, as a result, was suffering serious financial hardship. We took on his case and attempted to appeal the ban on the grounds that he had already served the majority of the ban and it was having an overly negative impact on his quality of life.
Case Study - Proving Who the Driver Is
Our client, Mr E, received a speeding ticket that he believed he shouldn't have received because he wasn't driving his vehicle at that time. He provided his evidence, and asked the police if he could see theirs. This did not help, so he contacted TrafficLawyers4U's expert solictors for help.
Case Study - Speeding Offence
Mr F was charged with speeding. The speed alleged was very high and, if convicted, Mr F faced the likelihood of a driving ban. We contacted the Crown Prosecution Service and obtained all the evidence that the prosecution intended to rely upon.
Case Study - Drink Driving Offence
Mr C was stopped whilst driving as part of a routine traffic stop. The police officer spoke to him and formed the opinion that he had been driving under the influence of alcohol. At the request of the police office, Mr C was asked to submit a roadside breath test sample for analysis, which he failed. He was arrested, charged with drink driving and taken back to the police station to provide an official breath test sample which would be used as evidence in court.
Case Study - Drink Driving Caused by a Spiked Drink
As always, Mr B drove his car to the train station and caught the train to work. That day he went for some drinks with his colleagues after work. He knew he would have to drive home after he got off the train, so he only drank two pints of beer, to ensure he was under the limit when he got behind the wheel. Unbeknownst to him, his colleagues had spiked his drink with shots of liquor. He was stopped later during his drive home, where he failed the breath test and was subsequently charged with drink driving.
Case Study - Defence of Duress or Necessity of Circumstance
Mr A was a successful businessman with a good driving history and no previous convictions, but after leaving a bar he felt threatened after being approached by a number of males and chose to drive home to get out of the situation. He was subsequently stopped and he was charged with drink driving.