Motoring Offence Solicitors
The National Legal Service’s experienced motoring offence solicitors are skilled in criminal law and able to help you should you find yourself facing a motoring-related charge. We handle each case with empathy and understanding and believe every case and every client are individual.
Criminal law is perhaps the most familiar area of the legal process to those who are not well versed in the work we do, but it also includes many nuanced areas which have their own unique rules of engagement. Part of our job is helping clients understand these, and our motoring offence solicitors bring years of experience to this part of the law, to do just that.
How can our solicitors help?
Motoring offences can be wildly varied in both their scope and their seriousness. In turn, the consequences of these offences are just as varied. Whatever case you are facing, our skilled motoring offence solicitors can help.
Some of the most common driving offences include:
- Speeding offences
- Dangerous driving
- Driving without a license
- Driving under the influence
- Driving without insurance
In each instance, the legal advice you receive will make the difference between a successful outcome and more severe penalisation. Some of the ways in which driving offences are punished include fines, penalty points on your license, or even full revocation of your license and in some cases, imprisonment.
It is therefore important that you secure the best legal team you can, to help mitigate or navigate the consequences of the offence. This should be done as soon as possible. Should you find yourself in a police station accused of a motoring offence, our motoring offence solicitors are able to visit and represent you right away.
Losing your right to drive often means a loss of independence, and can have negative consequences on your employability, freedom and opportunities. There are many professions which require a license, and it can also make your home life more challenging if you are relied on to drive loved ones.
What if I can’t afford a solicitor?
Legal aid is not available when you are accused of a motoring case. We do operate with a fixed fee system and all costs will be agreed on under contract. We are of course able to advise you on the likely outcome of your case to help you make a decision as to which course of action to take.
Speak to one of our motoring offence solicitors for specialist advice
Should you find yourself accused of a crime and in need of expert legal care, contact the National Legal Service. Call 0203 601 5051 to speak to us.