Dangerous Driving

You should not face a prosecution for dangerous driving unrepresented.

It is quite likely that you will face the prospect of a lengthy prison sentence.

Most cases will proceed to the Crown Court.

There is a mandatory disqualification for a minimum period of 12 months upon conviction and you will be ordered to sit an extended re-test before you can apply for your licence to be re-instated. If you do not pass the extended test you will remain disqualified even after the initial period has expired, until such time that you do pass the extended test.

Dangerous driving need not involve a crash. You can be prosecuted for dangerous driving simply be virtue of driving at a grossly excessive speed.

Your case needs careful preparation. Morton’s Solicitors can advise you and provide expert representation at Court. Call us now for immediate advice.

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