This last week at Carlisle’s Rickergate Magistrates’ Court, our client had entered not guilty pleas to two allegations – one of driving while under the influence of cannabis and another that he drove with 16 times the legal limit for cocaine in his system.
Everyone charged with a criminal offence has a fundamental right – to plead not guilty. As a firm of specialist solicitors, we would always advise our client’s to check the evidence. Before reading the rest of our guide, take a look at the common questions below.
Offence Codes are added to your driving licence following a motoring conviction. CCCJS codes are found on your charge sheet and tell us what offence you've been accused of. This page looks at the most common codes and what they mean. For more information, get in touch for free legal advice.
How much does it cost to instruct a drink driving solicitor and do I need one!? Challenging a drink driving case can be expensive, but may be worth your while if your driving licence is important. We regularly win drink driving cases on technical points of law and procedure.
Your second drink driving offence If you face being convicted of a second drink driving offence, you need to act fast. M.A.J. Law can explain your options and support you through the next steps. The earlier we can intervene, the sooner we can make a difference.
There are a number of different defences that apply to a drink driving charge. Just because you are over the drink driving limit does not mean you are guilty of drink driving. This blog aims to explore the ways in which a drink driving conviction can be avoided.