Drink or Drug driving is a strict liability offence, which means that if you are found to have alcohol above the prescribed limit you are guilty of the offence. If you are convicted of Drink or Drug driving then the Court must impose a mandatory disqualification of a minimum of 12 months.
Drink or Drug driving is a complex area of law and there are a range possible defences for those who are charged with a Drink or Drug driving offence, ranging from factual defences to technical arguments surrounding the operation of evidential breath testing equipment.
The quality of your legal representation is critical when it comes to securing a favourable legal outcome in response to a Drink or Drug driving charge. At Breydons we pride ourselves on being able to identify and successfully argue defences to secure the best possible outcome for our clients.
You should get Breydons involved in your case as soon as possible. Please contact us on 01603 616000 for more advice and to find out how we can help you.