Our drink driving solicitors thoroughly assess charges in line with the sentencing guidelines which are based on the account of alcohol readings taken at the time of the offence and along with any mitigating factors.
No.1 Solicitors in Manchester, Oldham, York and Harrogate are available to advise you 24 hours 7 days a week and can provide you with legal representation anywhere in England & Wales. We offer a free consultation where we will listen to you and provide you with no obligation advice based on your offence for drink driving.
You may have never broken the law before and be a respected working professional, so we understand being arrested for a drink driving offence can turn your world upside down and have a considerable effect on your employment and personal life.
Given the importance of your driving licence, whether it is for work or for your independence, it is crucial to seek legal advice from a drink & drug driving lawyer as soon as possible to ensure peace of mind and for you to get the best possible defence representation.
Our drink driving solicitors provide a non judgemental, discreet and professional service to help defend you and your licence. There are many different laws relating to drink driving solicitors so it is important you understand what convictions you may be facing. Below is a list of the type of offences you may have been charged with.
If you operate a vehicle or even attempt to drive a vehicle whilst intoxicated and above the legal limit could leave you are at risk of being convicted with one or more penalties such as an unlimited fine, a ban from driving for at least a year or imprisonment up to 6 months.
Alcohol affects each individual depending on your weight, age, metabolism, wh
at you recently ate, your stress level at the time and also what type of alcohol were drinking.
England and Wales Limits are:
– 35 micrograms of alcohol per 100ml of breath
– 80 milligrammes of alcohol per 100ml of blood
– 107 milligrammes of alcohol per 100ml of urine
A custodial sentence will be considered for alcohol readings of 120 micrograms in 100ml of breath. Alternatively depending on the alcohol reading taken at the time of alleged offence, you could face an unlimited fine and a driving ban. If this applies to you, you may want to see urgent legal advice from our Drink Driving Solicitors.