Dangerous driving occurs when an individual’s driving has fallen below standards expected from a competent driver.
Examples of dangerous driving are:
- Not paying attention to road traffic signs.
- Injuring others through driving
Being charged with dangerous driving can have serious penalties, a minimum 12 month disqualification with a compulsory extended re-test, but it is possible that you could face a prison sentences. This is why it is vital you contact a solicitor to provide you with the best legal advice.
How can TV Edwards Driving Offence solicitors help?
Our solicitors have a positive track record when helping those facing dangerous driving offences; we have secured acquittals for many clients. We can inform you of the options available to you and provide you first class legal services, contact us today for an initial advice.