New guidelines are now being proposed in respect of disqualifications from driving following a review by the sentencing council. Here we take a look at the changes proposed.
Did you know that you can be banned from driving for a non-traffic offence? No? Well you can. Find out what circumstances could see you face a driving ban.
If the police suspect that you are over the limit then you are obliged to give a sample, it doesn’t matter if you know that you are under the limit. The same rule applies if the police have reason to believe that you were driving even if you weren’t.
One of the most serious offences before a criminal court is the offence of ‘perverting the course of justice’, this is because it strikes at the very heart of the criminal justice system.
Most people are unaware that it is possible to get your licence back early if they apply to the court. Therefore, if your circumstances have changed since being disqualified, it is worth discussing with one of our criminal law specialists whether or not you can take advantage of this…