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Drink Driving Solicitors Buckinghamshire


Specialist Motoring lawyers in Buckinghamshire, England

There are 3 drink driving solicitors that are based or carry out work in Buckinghamshire, England. (Please quote Drinkdriving.org when calling)

Hodge Jones & Allen LLP
180 North Gower Street,
London,
Head Office in: London,
NW1 2NB
CALL: 020 7874 8368
Emergency Number (24 hrs)
07659 111 192
Caddick Davies Solicitors
3rd Floor St Hughes House,
Trinity Road,
Bootle,
Head Office in: Merseyside,
L20 3AZ
CALL: 0203 390 9942
Emergency Number (24 hrs)
0845 467 4007
Drink Driving Solicitors London
1st Floor Holborn Gate,
330 High Holborn,
Chancery Lane,
Head Office in: London,
WC1V 7QT
CALL: 0800 6525 273

Been charged with drink driving in Buckinghamshire?

If your driving licence is important to you, we recommend that you contact a Buckinghamshire criminal defence solicitor specialising in drink driving, motoring and road traffic law without delay.

If you have been charged with a drink driving related offence in Buckinghamshire it is imperative that you contact a qualified criminal defence lawyer in Buckinghamshire that specialises in drink driving, motoring and road traffic law as soon as possible.

In order to be convicted of a drink driving related offence, the prosecution must show that the defendant was either driving, attempting to drive or in charge of a vehicle while exceeding the maximum legal prescribed limit.

Following Home Office guidelines, people will not be prosecuted for drink driving in England or Wales if their breath alcohol level is below 40 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath.

In order for a person to be successfully prosecuted for a drink driving related offence in Buckinghamshire, the court must be satisfied that the police have STRICTLY followed all relevant procedures.

A Buckinghamshire drink driving solicitor can examine all evidence to ensure police procedure has been followed correctly and can help formulate and put forward to the court a plea of mitigation in order to try and keep any sentence and disqualification imposed to a minimum