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We provide Motoring Offences services in the following areas:
A motoring and driving offence refers to a breach of the rules of the road, such as speeding, dangerous driving, or driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Motoring and driving offences can result in a range of penalties, including fines, points on a driving licence, or even a prison sentence in the most serious cases. It is important for all drivers to understand the rules of the road and to drive safely and responsibly to protect themselves and others.
At Forbes Solicitors we have a dedicated team of specialist motoring offence solicitors with extensive experience in representing individuals in respect of both minor and serious driving offences. Whether you're facing a speeding ticket or facing prosecution for a more serious driving offence before the Crown Court, our team of expert motoring offence lawyers can help you.
We'll help you to keep hold of your driving licence, avoid conviction or reduce the severity of the punishment you may be facing. If you've received a notice of intended prosecution you need to contact an expert motoring solicitor straight away. We will look at all the evidence to build a strong defence to make sure you keep hold of your driving licence. For advice contact out motoring offence solicitors today on 01772 220 022.
Many driving offences result in a mandatory disqualification from driving for a minimum of 12 months. More serious driving offences can have much more severe consequences including custodial sentences as well as unlimited fines. If you have been involved in a fatal collision contact Forbes Solicitors specialist Motoring Offence Team today on 01772 220 022.
Our specialist motoring offence team have over 20 years' worth of experience and a high success rate in defending a variety of motoring offences, crucial to making sure you keep hold of your driving licence and stay on the road. We represent individuals facing charges for drink and drug driving, driving without a licence, without insurance or whilst disqualified. We've represented taxi drivers facing having their licenses revoked by the Council, HGV drivers and businessmen as well as everyday motorists.
We have a specialism in advancing exceptional hardship arguments to defend clients at risk of exceeding 12 points and facing a totting up disqualification. Our specialist team of motoring offence lawyers are determined and focused on getting the best outcome for you to make sure you keep hold of your license and stay on the road.
We represent individuals facing charges for:
And also more serious offences of causing death by driving which can be divided into four offences:
Here at Forbes, we specialise in motoring offence law, we understand how challenging and stressful these investigations can be, that's why our specialist road traffic offence solicitors offer the best legal advice to safeguard your interests and get the best outcome possible. We can advise you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Forbes Solicitors have offices across Preston, Blackburn, Manchester and Leeds. For advice regarding a motoring offence contact our specialist Motoring Offence Team today on 01772 220 022.
Forbes Solicitors can provide advice in respect of motoring offences in a cost-effective way. We offer various options to match your requirements including fixed fees and hourly rates.
The cost will vary depending on the offence. See our pricing for motoring offences page for more information.
You can also contact our specialist motoring offence solicitors on 01772 220 022 for further information or contact us online.
If you have received a notice of intended prosecution, you should seek legal advice straight away.
A notice of intended prosecution (NIP) is the police letting you know that an offence has been recorded and they intend to prosecute the individual responsible for the offence. The NIP is usually issued within 14 days of the offence taking place.
If you have received a notice of intended prosecution, you will also receive a request for driver information. You, as the registered keeper, are legally required to provide the driver's details at the time the offence took place. Details must be completed and returned within 28 days of the request. If you fail to do so, you could be charged with failure to supply information.
For further information contact our specialist motoring offence lawyers on 01772 220 022 or submit an enquiry here.
If you have committed a driving offence, you should receive a notice of intended prosecution within 14 days of the offence taking place. If you do not receive it within 14 days, any prosecution could be considered invalid. However, there are some exceptions:
For further information contact our specialist motoring offence lawyers on 01772 220 022.