Drink Driving Convictions
Here at Traffic Lawyer 4 U we are experts in Drink Driving Convictions. We defend against Drink Driving Convictions & can help you Avoid a Drink Driving Ban.
Experts in Drink Driving Convictions
In order to be convicted of Drink Driving, the prosecution must prove that the prescribed limit has been exceeded. The prescribed limit is 35 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. However in accordance with a Home Office Circular, the prosecution does not prosecute for Drink Driving if the breath alcohol level is below 40 mgs. The prescribed alcohol level in blood is 80mg of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood and in urine is 107mg of alcohol in 100 millilitres of urine.
In order to achieve a conviction for Drink Driving, the court has to be satisfied that all procedures have been followed correctly. Never forget that evidence can be challenged by a defendant who does not accept that he is guilty of drink driving or that there has been a significant failure by the police when carrying out the investigation. The courts have held that any failure by a police officer to adhere to strict procedures when obtaining samples can be fatal to a prosecution for drink driving.
To give yourself the best chance of success you should instruct a specialist Drink Driving Solicitor who specialises in defending these types of cases.
Why choose us to defend your Drink Driving Conviction?
- Robert Bimpson is wildly acknowledged to be an expert in Drink Driving Convictions and Defence cases.
- He has been dedicated to the defence of clients since 1989 and his wealth of experience will be used to personally ensure you receive the best advice and the best possible outcome to your case.
- OUR SUCCESS RATE IN DRINK DRIVING CASES IS HUGE in either avoiding or greatly reducing a driving ban.
- No hidden fees or increased costs. Cost is agreed in advance and will not change.
Free Drink Driving Conviction Consultation
Remember, if any potential prosecution is to be defended successfully, the sooner work begins on your defence the better. Do not be tempted to forget about it and hope it will go away, It Won't!
The initial consultation is FREE to let you know exactly how to deal with your case and ensure the best possible outcome. So, contact us today.