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Perverting the Course of Justice

Perverting the course of justice is an offence where the prosecution will seek to establish that a person has done an act or behaved in such a way that it was their intention that justice might have been avoided either for themselves or for someone else. Read more

Failure to Report an Accident or Stop for Police

If there has been a failure to report an accident or you are accused of failing to stop after an accident, the Police may wish to interview you as a suspect and you can be prosecuted for this. Read more

Failure to Identify or Provide Details

It is a common misconception that if you ignore a speeding ticket or notice of intended prosecution that it will go away and it is likely you will receive a court summons for failing to identify the driver. Read more

Understanding Drug Driving Offences

Driving under the influence of drugs, such as cannabis (weed) or cocaine, is a serious offence and can result in a lengthy disqualification from driving. Read more

Driving Without Insurance

Driving without Insurance is an offence where the burden is on the driver to show that he or she did have a policy of insurance that would have covered him or her to drive that motor vehicle at that time. Read more

Dangerous Driving

Dangerous Driving is where the standard of driving falls so far below the standard expected of a motorist, that a normal person would consider it to be dangerous. Read more

Texting While Driving / Using Mobiles

It is against the law to use a hand-held phone or similar electronic device whilst driving a motor vehicle. It makes no difference whether you are stationary, at traffic lights or queuing in traffic. Read more

Failure to Provide Breath Test / Urine Sample

Failure to provide a specimen of breath, blood or urine is a sub-division of the drink driving laws. It covers the situation when you have been arrested for drunk driving, but for whatever reason don’t manage to provide a specimen. Read more

Speeding Offences

Speeding prosecutions are common but should not be underestimated, they can result in big impacts in your personal life and career. It is critical you keep informed and act promptly on all timeframes you are given, in order to get the best possible outcome. Read more

Drink Driving

Drink Driving is taken as a very serious offence, and is the subject of many awareness campaigns to prevent it. However, there are many lines of defence that can be taken with these charges. Whatever your situation, you should seek expert legal advice to get the best resolution possible. Read more

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