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Philip Morris | Specialist Motoring Law Barrister | The Motorist's Lawyer
Philip Morris | Specialist Motoring Law Barrister | The Motorist's Lawyer

Dangerous Driving

 

Dangerous Driving is an offence that can be dealt with by both the magistrates and crown courts and, in serious cases involving, say, high speed pursuits or serious injury inevitably involve the imposition of a custodial sentence and mandatory disqualification.

 

It is thus imperative for the motorist to secure appropriate advice early in the investigation and to ensure that they receive effective representation should the matter result in prosecution.

 

A conviction for Dangerous Driving will inevitably lead to disqualification from driving with a requirement that an extended test be taken at the end of the ban. Call or email for a call back urgently if you face an allegation of this nature.

Dangerous Driving Sentencing Guidelines

 

The Magistates Court sentencing guidelines can be found online. By clicking on the link you will be directed away from this site to the appropriate page of the Guidelines.

 

Dangerous Driving Guidelines

 

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