If your offence is more serious, the prosecution must demonstrate to the court that dangerous driving occurred and that the cause of death was caused by your driving. It is our job to look carefully at your case and all the circumstances involved to understand your legal position.
If you been driving whilst disqualified your case will generally be heard in the magistrates’ court in which case a maximum penalty can be six months imprisonment and/or financial fine which cannot exceed £5000.
If you been driving without insurance this will also be heard at the magistrates’ court and you may be punished with a fine of up to £5000. You may also be endorsed with 6 to 8 penalty points.
As each case is unique we can indicate a range of pricing as part of our transparency in price and service. You can see the expected costs and service level here.
If you’ve been asked to appear in court by the police, we will help to build your case, speak to a solicitor and ensure you get the best representation on the day. Our committed and passionate team have been guiding clients like you for over 15 years.
We make sure we give you simple, clear advice to get the right result.
We will first need to generate all the appropriate evidence for your case.
We may need to speak to the Crown Prosecution Service, or the police and any other parties involved in the incident.
We will then work on building your case and work with you to get the best possible outcome.