Sean Joyce of Stephensons Solicitors LLP is the resident road traffic and drink driving solicitor who offers free initial legal advice to thousands of online forum users.
Sean is a solicitor-advocate who is now a partner at Stephensons Solicitors LLP, he became a partner with the law firm in 2003, five years after qualifying as a solicitor in 1998.
He has specialised in criminal, motoring and regulatory law his entire career and consequently has extensive knowledge of drink driving and motoring offences in England and Wales. Because of his experience, he is an expert drink driving solicitor.
Sean is also a Magistrates Court Solicitor, Police Station Duty Solicitor and a Higher Courts (Criminal) Advocate.
As a result of this, he can represent clients right through the entire criminal justice process from initial arrest at the police station and police interviews under caution; in addition he can represent and defend clients appearing at Magistrates or Crown Court.
Sean and his legal team defend charges against people by a variety of enforcement agencies including the Police, Crown Prosecution Service and the Vehicle Operator Services Agency.
Sean and his legal team have extensive experience in all aspects of road traffic law including:
- Drink driving related offences
- Speeding offences
- Insurance offences
- Failing to supply driver identity details
- Vehicle registration and excise regulation offences
- Careless driving
- Dangerous Driving
- Disqualified driving
Whatever driving offence you have been charged with, Sean and his legal team can guide, help and represent you.
Sean and his legal team have decades of experience in successfully protecting people’s driving licences. This is especially relevant regarding successful representation and/or defence. They can help keep any disqualification period for drink driving offences as short as possible.
Charged with a drink driving offence?
If you have been charged with a drink driving offence or any other motoring offence, obtain free legal advice today. It may just help you keep your driving licence.