Conor Johnstone

Conor is a specialist motoring defence solicitor. He is known for his extensive knowledge of drink & drug driving cases.

Conor has written 20 posts

How much does a drink driving solicitor cost | 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.

Second Drink Driving Offence Solicitors | MAJ Law

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.

Drink Driving Hardship Argument | Free Advice

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.

NHS Doctors charged with drink driving – What to do next

Drink, drug driving and failing to provide offences are serious criminal offences that can result in a custodial sentence. For Doctors in the medical profession, a criminal conviction can result in the loss of employment, particularly if you work within the National Health Service. A recent study…

What is the Drink Drive Rehabilitation Course?

It’s day one of a drink-drive rehabilitation course and everyone attending has a different experience to share with the group. The police breathalysed Ken after he crashed his car when driving home from a drinking session at his local. He took the risk because there were no taxis available – and his

What happens in court for drink driving

What happens in court for drink driving. Attending court for drink driving can be a worrying experience. The courts are designed to feel intimidating - and can be, particularly for those who have never been to court before.