Dangerous Driving

Have You Been Accused Of Dangerous Driving?penalties for dangerous driving

If so we can help. We represent clients across the UK in relation to all types of dangerous driving offences.

Driving offence Code: DD40, DD60, DD80, DD90

Dangerous driving is a very serious offence and carries the risk of imprisonment if convicted.

We have a specialist Critical Cases Team that deal with the most serious cases.

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We have considerable experience of dealing with critically serious cases;

  • Causing Death by Dangerous Driving
  • Causing Death by Careless Driving
  • Causing death by careless or dangerous driving when under the influence of drink or drugs

To convict you the prosecution have to prove beyond reasonable doubt that the standard of your driving fell well below that of the careful and considerate driver.

Dangerous driving allegations normally include suggestions of driving erratically at unsafe speeds, or a police chase, or overtaking in an extremely reckless manner, although you can also be accused of dangerous driving if your vehicle is defective.

Dangerous Driving

If you are convicted of dangerous driving you will be automatically banned for a minimum period of 12 months and you may be ordered to sit a retest before you are allowed to drive again.

If you have been accused of dangerous driving you are going to need serious and expert advice!

If you have been accused of one of these allegations you are at serious risk of being sent to prison, now is the time to ask a dangerous driving offence specialist how to defend your allegations.

Do not entrust your case to a non-specialist.

If you need legal advice about dangerous driving allegations please click here to ASK US A FREE QUESTION and find out how we can help you.

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