Alcohol & Breathalyser Cases
You are no doubt aware that the courts take a dim view of driving whilst under the influence of alcohol. Charges can be that you refused to give a breath sample or that the reading was over the legal limit of 35mg. In almost all cases the court will impose a disqualification for at least 12 months together with other penalties which can include up to 6 months in prison.
The only circumstances in which the court would not disqualify would be if there were “special reasons”. These are cases where, because of some special feature of the driving, the court can decide not to disqualify. Our expertise means that we can advise you whether this argument is available and present it to the court in the best possible way.