Articles

  1. Caught on camera – Do speed cameras work?

    A rundown of how the new SPECS digital speed cameras operate and whether there is any margin for error. 

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  2. Drug Driving – The Clamp Down

    A study conducted by confused.com in June 2013 revealed that 1 in 5 motorists have driven a motor vehicle whilst under the influence of drugs.  

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  3. Drug Driving Tests

    The police must follow certain procedures when undertaking a drug test in order for it to be valid. We can help if you have recently been tested.

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  4. Exceptional Hardship Arguments

    Certain arguments can be made if you are convicted of a driving offence that can impact the penalty a driver receives. Experienced lawyers can ensure all relevant arguments are made to ensure a fair sentence.

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  5. Pleading Guilty to a Fatal Offence

    Advice if you intend to plead guilty to a driving offence involving a fatality. 

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  6. Different Types of Insurance Policy

    Chris Proctor

    Motor insurance policies have restrictions on the type of driving that can be undertaken under their protection. Drivers' must ensure they have adequate protection.

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  7. Special Reasons and the Law

    Chris Proctor

    There are some special reasons that if applicable can help reduce the penalty faced for various driving offences including drink driving and driving without insurance.

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  8. Avoiding Driving Disqualification

    Article covering the issues that can result in a disqualification from driving and the process that such a driving ban will follow.

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  9. Unfit to Drive Charges: the defences

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  10. Drink driving – Public Nuisance or a Private Matter?

    Chris Proctor

    The law surrounding drink driving appears quite straightforward; if you are caught driving a motor vehicle on a road or other public place whilst the proportion of alcohol in your body exceeds the legal limit, you are guilty of an offence. If you drive on a road that is considered ‘private’ whilst intoxicated, technically speaking no offence has been committed.

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