Road traffic & driving offences

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We have extensive experience in successfully defending clients facing penalty points, driving bans, large fines and possible imprisonment. If you have been accused of a driving offence, such as drink driving, speeding, careless driving, dangerous driving or driving without insurance we can help you.

Some offences (those alleging dangerous driving or involving a death or serious injury) may have to go to the Crown Court, but the vast majority of driving and road traffic offences (e.g. speeding, careless or inconsiderate driving, drink driving, failing to provide a specimen of breath for analysis, failing to stop after an accident, driving while disqualified or driving without insurance) can only be dealt with in a magistrates court. Whatever the offence you may be facing we can advise and represent you.

We offer a free 20 minute telephone consultation with a road traffic solicitor, in order to discuss your case and how we can help you.

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Meet the team

Tim Ryan

Consultant

Tim Ryan is notable for specialising in rural crime and regulatory defence work. His broad caseload includes representing those accused of firearms, wildlife and animal welfare offences.


Chambers & Partners 2019