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If you are required to attend court for motoring offences. Mandla Bhomra & Co can advise you on any road traffic law offences. Our experienced lawyers are available to represent you before the courts in the UK in relation to your case. We realise that your driving licence is an important part of your daily life, especially if you require it for your job.
Drink- and drug driving is classed as dangerous driving, which is one of the most serious motoring offences. Sentences can range from 11 points on your licence up to 6 months in prison. The consequences of being found guilty can be severe so it’s important to have professional legal support as early as possible. If you have been charged with a drink or drug driving offence, then the experienced team at Mandla Bhomra can help. The consequences of being found guilty can be severe so it’s important to have professional legal support as early as possible. Our team will help you mount a defence and explain the details of the case and any evidence being used against you as well as your options. We will also advise about the potential outcomes.
It is an offence to be in charge of a vehicle when under the influence of drink or drugs. There’s no strict legal definition of the term ‘in charge’ but usually it means when you’re found to have recently driven the vehicle, or if you’re in a car you don’t own and show a clear intention of driving. This might be because you were caught with the keys in your hand or were sitting in the driving seat of a stationary vehicle. If you face a charge on these grounds it’s important that you understand your options and seek legal advice as quickly as possible. The team at Mandla Bhomra will examine the details of your case and outline the best course of action. We can provide effective representation throughout the process. Contact us today to find out more.
Under the Road Traffic Act 1988, the police have the authority to request a specimen if they have reasonable suspicion that you are driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. If you fail to do so, you are breaking the law and will face prosecution. If you're found guilty of failing to provide a specimen and are caught driving or attempting to drive, you could face a minimum 12-month driving disqualification, a fine of up to £5,000, community service or up to six months imprisonment. If you have been stopped by the police when in charge of a vehicle and have been asked to provide a breath specimen but refused, then you may face prosecution. If you believe you have valid reasons for not providing a specimen, then it’s important to receive legal advice and support as soon as possible. Mandla Bhomra can provide legal advice and support throughout any prosecution. Contact us to find out more.
Driving without due care and attention, or careless driving, is defined under the law as; Driving that falls below the standard expected of a competent driver; or. Driving that does not show reasonable consideration for other persons using the road or pathways. If you are facing a charge of driving without due care and attention the consequences can be severe. It’s important that you receive legal support and advice at the earliest opportunity to increase your chances of a successful outcome. At Mandla Bhomra, our specialists will look at the details of your case and explore your potential options, as well as possible outcomes. Contact us today for confidential advice.
Dangerous driving, as described under the Road Traffic Act, is when ‘the way you drive falls far below what would be expected of a competent and careful driver, and it would be obvious to a competent and careful driver that driving in that way would be dangerous. Dangerous driving convictions can have serious consequences, such as a driving ban and subsequent loss of livelihood, financial penalties and even a custodial sentence. That’s why it’s important to have experienced legal support and advocacy from the very beginning. We will examine the details of your case, your legal position and outline your options. We will also provide representation if your case reaches Court. Contact our team for confidential advice.
Serious Speeding Offences are normally defined as 20 mph or more over the speed limit. This will usually lead to a Court summons & prosecution. The maximum sentence for speeding on a motorway is £2,500. The maximum sentence for speeding on any other kind of road is £1,000. The driver may also receive up to six points or lose their licence. often with consequences for their livelihood and ability to earn a living. If you are facing prosecution for speeding it’s important that you have legal advice and support as early as possible. At Mandla Bhomra, our experienced team can examine your case, explore your options and help you towards the most successful outcome possible. Contact us today to find out more.
Prosecutions for using a mobile phone while driving are increasing. If you are caught driving and using a mobile you will receive 6 points on your licence and a £200 fine. If this occurs within two years of passing your test, you will lose your licence. If you already have points on your licence or other offences this may result in a driving ban. For legal advice and support if you are being prosecuted for using a handheld device while driving, contact Mandla Bhomra today.
Driving without a licence is a very serious offence that can bring with it six penalty points and a fine of up to £5,000. Further punishment can also include a prolonged period of disqualification, community service and even imprisonment for up to six months. Driving without a licence may be prosecuted in different ways depending on the details of the offence. If you are found to be driving without a licence you could face serious punishment such as a fine, penalty points and a driving ban. If you wish to challenge this, then legal advice and representation are essential. The team at Mandla Bhomra are highly experienced when it comes to motoring offences and can provide confidential advice and support throughout. Contact us today to find out more about how we can help.
Failing to stop at the scene of an accident can have serious consequences for drivers. The court has a wide range of sentencing options with guidelines starting at 5 penalty points but can go as high as 6 months in prison. There is also a potentially unlimited fine that the court can impose. A driver may lose their licence and be unable to earn a living. If you are being prosecuted for failing to stop at the scene of an accident it’s important to receive legal support and advice immediately. The experienced team at Mandla Bhomra can help you throughout the process.
If you have been stopped by the police when in charge of a vehicle and have been asked to provide a breath, blood or urine sample but have refused then you may face prosecution under the Road Traffic Act 1988. If you're found guilty of failing to provide a specimen and are caught driving or attempting to drive, you could face a minimum 12-month driving disqualification, a fine of up to £5,000, community service or up to six months imprisonment. You may believe you have valid reasons for not providing a specimen in which case it’s important to receive legal advice and support as soon as possible. Mandla Bhomra can provide legal advice and support throughout any prosecution.
It is illegal to drive a vehicle on a road or in a public place without at least third-party insurance. Even if the vehicle itself is insured, if you’re not correctly insured to drive it you could be considered to be driving without insurance and could get penalised. If you are caught driving without insurance you could receive a fixed penalty of £300 and six penalty points on your licence. If the case goes to court you could get an unlimited fine and be disqualified from driving. If you find yourself in your position and wish to challenge any prosecution it’s important that you have professional legal advice from experienced motor offence specialists. The experienced team at Mandla Bhomra can help.
Other motoring offences might include failing to supply the identity of the driver, vehicle registration and excise licence offences and neglecting road regulations other than speeding. If convicted, fines are common, as too are points on your licence which can ultimately lead to a driving ban which can have a considerable impact on your life. If you are being prosecuted for any kind of motoring offence the experienced team at Mandla Bhomra can provide legal support. Contact us today for confidential advice.
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