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Road Traffic Offence Lawyers Glasgow, Edinburgh, Inverness & Aberdeen, Scotland

A road traffic conviction can have a significant impact on your life. The consequences can be a driving ban, a hefty fine and, in serious cases, a prison sentence. If the police have stopped you on the road or contacted you about an alleged motoring crime, it is highly recommended that you get in touch with an experienced and reputable road traffic lawyer who you can trust to protect your rights and get you the best possible outcome. Complete Clarity Solicitors have extensive experience defending clients against the full range of road traffic offences. We know how important it is to retain your licence and minimise the impact of a criminal charge on your life. Contact us without delay to discuss your situation and to find out how we can help.

Driving offences Scotland

Our driving law solicitors provide expert advice and representation for the full range of driving offences in Scotland, including:

  • Speeding
  • Careless driving
  • Dangerous driving (including death by dangerous driving)
  • Drunk driving
  • Drug driving
  • Driving while using a mobile phone
  • Driving without insurance
  • Driving without a valid licence
  • Totting up
  • Refusal to provide a breath/blood sample

Fixed penalty notices

For minor road traffic offences, the police have the power to issue fixed penalty notices. There are two types of notice: endorsable, which result in three points on your licence and a £100 fine; and non-endorsable, which requires you to pay a £50 fine. You must pay the penalty issued promptly, otherwise the fine amount could be increased.

If you believe you have been given a fixed penalty notice unfairly, you can appeal the decision before a court. The assistance of a driving lawyer is highly recommended to give you the best chance of arguing your case.

Charged with a motoring offence in Scotland?

If you are accused of having committed a serious motoring offence, your case will be dealt with by the local sheriff court. You can either plead guilty or not guilty. In either case, it is important to seek legal advice to ensure you are clear about the charges against you, the options open to you and how best to defend your position (if you intend to plead not guilty). Our road traffic solicitors will thoroughly examine all the evidence against you and construct a robust defence strategy to protect your licence and livelihood.

Contact our road traffic offence solicitors, Glasgow, East Kilbride & Edinburgh

Considering what is at stake, we understand how stressful it is to be accused of a driving offence. Our driving law solicitors have extensive experience in this area of the law and offer expert, timely and tailored advice for your situation, and a supportive, friendly approach. We are based in Glasgow, East Kilbride and Edinburgh, and assist clients from across Scotland. We provide transparent information on our fees. To find out how we can help with your road traffic matter, call us today on 0808 273 6766 or complete our online form.

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