Motoring Offences
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Aston Brooke has developed a niche traffic offence department. Motoring offences are a common occurrence and a particular hazard for business people on the move. Our expert motoring solicitors represent clients nationwide and have an excellent track record in helping people retain their driving license.Sometimes a motoring offence may be minor; other times it could be far more serious with potentially devastating consequences.

If you have received a notice of intended prosecution or have been contacted by the police we can advise you on the best course of action to take. Or, if you have been summoned to Court, our solicitors can provide you with information on the likely outcome of your case and, if necessary, defend you in court -especially if you face a driving ban or disqualification.Aston Brooke’s specialists can provide legal advice and assistance in a variety of driving offences, including but not limited to:

  • Dangerous driving
  • Death by dangerous driving
  • Careless driving
  • Death by careless driving
  • Death whilst driving unlicensed
  • Drunk driving
  • Failure to provide specimen
  • 12 points – totting up
  • Failure to provide driver details
  • Speeding offences
  • Driving whilst disqualified
  • Early return of driving license
  • Mobile phone offences
  • Sentencing at Magistrates Court
  • Appeal against conviction
  • Appeal against sentence
  • Driving without insurance
  • Rehabilitation of Offenders Act
  • Recognition of disqualification
  • Speed camera – laser devices
  • Endorsement & penalty points
  • Tachograph offences
  • Road rage incidents
  • Drug driving offences


For further information or a free consultation, please contact us on 0203 475 4321 or click on the quick contact link above.


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