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Drink DrivingOffences in Derby

As a firm, Broadbents Solicitors have been advising and representing clients in relation to Drink Driving Offences before the breathalyser was introduced in 1967. As a result, we have Lawyers in Derby who are experts in the technicalities of the Drink-Drive Law.

In recent years, advances in technology have led to more drivers being charged with driving whilst impaired through drugs and alcohol, and our team are well versed in the technical issues that arise with both of these cases.

A Drink Driving Offence carries a minimum disqualification of 12 months and depending on the breath/alcohol reading, it could be longer. In the most serious cases, there is a risk of a prison sentence being imposed. This is why it is important to get expert advice at the earliest possible opportunity.

At Broadbents Solicitors, we have a team of Lawyers who specialise in Drink Driving Offences, and with branches in Derby and the surrounding areas, you are perfectly situated to utilise the experience of our Solicitors. In fact, the legal team at Broadbents Solicitors are extremely skilled in advancing special reasons and developing well-structured arguments to avoid the consequences of a conviction.

Take advice from our specialist team before going to Court and telephone us immediately. An initial consultation will be arranged and you will be working alongside John Last, Amie Godson and Oliver Parr who are experts in dealing with Drink Driving Offences in Derby. To speak with one of our experts, telephone us on 01332 369090.

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