Road Traffic Offences
For law abiding citizens, it is more often than not, that the Road Traffic Legislation provides the introduction to the Criminal Justice System, and consequent encounters with the Police.
It is important that you obtain expert legal advice in a clear straightforward manner, at the earliest opportunity to deal with matters that may be regarded as simple in the first instance, whereas in fact are of a complex nature. The difference between disqualification and retaining your licence, can be the quality of legal representation. Penman Sedgwick Solicitors Watford have considerable expertise in the area of road traffic offences and can make the difference.
- Refusing roadside breath test
- In charge with excess alcohol
- Failure to produce a specimen for analysis
(Prescribed limit of alcohol – 35 micrograms of alcohol per 100 millilitres of breath, or 80 milligrams of alcohol per 100 millilitres of blood)
- Driving with excess alcohol
- Refusing to supply specimens for analysis
- Click here for Alcoholic Units Article
- Driving whilst under the influence of drugs
Speeding - motorway and non motorway
- exceeding one speed limit including disputing speed camera accuracy
Driving without due care and attention
Death by dangerous/careless driving
- Failing to stop after an accident
- Failing to report an accident
- No tax
- No insurance
- No MOT
- Driving/obtaining a driving licence whilst disqualified/without a licence
- Failure to furnish documents
Traffic Light offences
- Failing to conform to a traffic sign
Parking Ticket offences
- Deception as to owner/driver of vehicle at the time
We can help:
- If facing a drink driving ban
- Keeping your licence
- Penalty points topping up
Click here for sample cases of traffic offences defended by Penman Sedgwick.
Click here for details of the procedure as to when a fixed penalty notice is given to a driver and the offence is endorseable.
Click here for Alcoholic Units Article
If you need advice on a legal matter please contact us, and we will respond as soon as possible, or call us on 01923 225212.