In cases where the prosecution feel that a person has driven “in a manner which falls far below what would be expected of a careful and competent driver”, a charge of dangerous driving will be made.
Conviction for dangerous driving will result in disqualification and can also result in a term of imprisonment. Those wishing to defend charges of dangerous driving can find themselves being subject to the increased length and stress of a Crown Court trial.
Our solicitors are available today to provide you with realistic advice in relation to your charges. We will offer you a fixed fee in all cases so you can have confidence that you will know the cost of your case from the outset.