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Drink Driving Offences Solicitors
Have you been caught Drink Driving? Free Initial Advice
If you have received a summons or postal requisition for drink driving or driving whilst unfit through drink or drugs, It is important you seek advice as soon as you can – call our drink driving solicitors, here to help – 0800 046 3066 – FREE Initial Advice
The maximum legal alcohol limits in the UK are:-
- Breath: Maximum of 35 micrograms of alcohol in 100ml of breath
- Blood: Maximum of 80 milligrams of alcohol in 100ml of blood
- Urine: Maximum of 107 milligrams of alcohol in 100ml of urine
It is crucial to consult a specialist solicitor as soon as possible. Our solicitors have years of experience in representing and advising for drink driving related cases. We are experts in putting forward special reasons arguments.
Failing to Provide a Specimen
If you also fail to provide a specimen of breath at the police station, you are likely to be charged with the alternative offence of ‘failing to provide a specimen for analysis’. You may have a defence to this if you have a reasonable excuse for not doing so, e.g. a medical condition which can be backed up by documentary evidence. If convicted of this offence, a driver will usually receive a fine and disqualification for a minimum period of 12 months.
Penalties for drink driving include an unlimited fine and 6 months’ imprisonment. If you have a previous conviction for a drink driving related offence within the last 10 years then there will be a minimum of a 3-year driving ban. It may be possible to undertake a drink-driver rehabilitation course which can reduce the period of disqualification by one quarter.
Drink Driving Solicitors – Further Information
Please contact one of our specialist drink drive solicitors for advice on 0800 046 3066. We offer a nationwide service.
We offer a nationwide service.