Driving Offence Solicitors

M.A.J. Law are a leading motoring defence practice that specialise in fighting for motorists nationwide. Challenging motoring offences is at the heart of what we do. 

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Have you been accused of committing a motoring offence?

We can help.

We believe that every motorist has the right to specialist and affordable legal advice and representation. If you have been accused of committing a motoring offence it is important that you seek legal advice immediately. Our team of motoring defence solicitors specialise in challenging and testing evidence presented by the police and CPS. We specialise in;

  • Challenging police procedure
  • Defending human rights 
  • Identifying legal loopholes 
  • Advancing technical arguments 

We challenge all motoring offences, including;


Drink Driving

Drink driving carries a minimum 12 month disqualification and a financial penalty. In more serious cases, the court can impose a community order and even a custodial sentence (prison).

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Failing to Provide

Failing to provide a specimen is a serious criminal offence. You should seek immediate legal advice and consider all your options.

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Drug Driving

By understanding the law fully, and taking advantage of inaccuracies in police procedures, M.A.J. Law Solicitors have continued to avoid convictions for clients charged with drug driving.

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If you are caught speeding, you could be issued with a fixed penalty or a summons to attend court. Speeding can carry a driving disqualification or penalty points.

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Failure to Identify the Driver

If you have been charged with the offence of failing to identify the driver of a vehicle at the time of an alleged traffic offence, it’s important that you challenge.

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Careless or Dangerous Driving

The law relating to the offences of driving without due care and attention (also known as careless driving) and the offence of dangerous driving is similar.

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Driving with a mobile phone

If you have been accused of using a mobile telephone whilst driving you may be thinking of just pleading guilty and taking the points.

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9-12 Points on Your Licence

For most motoring offences you will receive penalty points and a fine. The court also has a discretion to impose an immediate driving ban, known as a discretionary disqualification.

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Driving Without Insurance

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