Drink driving solicitors in London

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Drink Driving Solicitors

London Drink Driving Solicitor is the only solicitor’s firm in London focused solely on defending people accused of drink and drug driving. We offer clients in-depth specialist knowledge coupled with bespoke defence tactics to give you the best chance of winning your case. Our panel of in-house and independent London based advocates are all masters of advocacy who appear every day before the courts in and around London. They know the judges and the magistrates who sit in different areas and, importantly, what arguments will work to achieve the outcome you want.

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drink driving offences

Our panel of in-house and independent London based advocates are all masters of advocacy who appear every day before the courts in and around London. They know the judges and the magistrates who sit in different areas and, importantly, what arguments will work to achieve the outcome you want.

Drink Driving Defence Success

Our recent cases

The Case: R v AW

AW was accused of drug driving. She denied ever having used the drug in question. The defence position was that the prosecution expert had mis-identified a prescription drug she had been using as amphetamines.

The Result: Acquitted

We challenged the admissibility of the prosecution evidence as it did not comply with case law or the Criminal Procedure Rules.

The prosecution dropped the case against AW and she was awarded costs. Read more here.

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The Case: R v MP

Police were called by a neighbour with an axe to grind against MP. The neighbour claimed that MP had been drink driving and that he had crashed into their car. They made a substantial claim to their insurers that their car had been seriously damaged in the incident. Through cross-examination we were able to show that the neighbours were both lying and MP had consumed alcohol after he got home where other neighbours were having a BBQ.

The Result: WIN

The neighbours were subsequently reported to the police by the insurance company for fraud following the acquittal. A costs order was made in MP’s favour.

The Case: R v AS

The police forced AS to go through the breath testing procedure without a solicitor or an interpreter despite hi being a foreign national who spoke limited English.

The Result: CASE DISMISSED

The prosecution case was dismissed at trial once it became clear that AS could not understand the instructions being given to him by the police officer.