What you should do now

If charged with a failing to provide an evidential sample of breath, blood or urine then you require to find out URGENTLY whether or not the charge can be defended. You may be looking for the following:

  1. An experienced lawyer, who specialises in defending these charges. If that lawyer has practiced for 36 years in the Magistrates’ and Crown Court, and has worked in both the Court of Appeal and High Court, then that may give you even more confidence.
  2. A lawyer who is available 7 days a week, 365 days a year, between 8.00 and 8.00 to answer your calls.
  3. To know that your lawyer will be in sole charge of your case and, when you ‘phone at 11.00 AM on a Saturday morning, will pick up or speedily return your call.
  4. other words you want a lawyer who is available when it is convenient for you, not the other way around.
  5. You will want that lawyer to be in sole charge of your case. You do not want to have to explain your case again to some assistant solicitor who doesn’t know the first thing about it or be fobbed off by your lawyers secretary, who will ask her boss to get back to you after lunch!
  6. Ideally that lawyer should have an impressive list of references from satisfied clients and have ready access to expert witnesses, at the cutting-edge of their respective professions.

If you require all of these qualities in your lawyer then phone now 07786 709 403, for a few minutes free legal advice. What do you have to lose!