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Army Legal Services

Driving Offences

We can help you try and keep your driving licence. We know that losing your driving licence can ruin a military career. We can help you.

If you are arrested by police they will want to interview you. What you say (or do not say) in interview can save or ruin your career. Failing to get legal advice could mean Court Martial, Prison, and Dishonourable Discharge.

We have extensive experience of representing military personnel in Interview under Caution.

If you are interviewed by service police you are entitled to have a solicitor OF YOUR CHOICE to look after you FREE OF CHARGE.

The Police may try to persuade you to have a duty solicitor to represent you so that they can speed matters up and get your case 'processed' quicker.

You DO NOT have to go along with this. You may well want an independent solicitor to look after your interests. We travel worldwide at SHORT NOTICE to represent our Military Clients.

You can INSIST that we look after you.

Interview-under-Caution is a complicated area of law, and the outcomes can be very important for your future career.

Asking for a solicitor is NOT an admission of wrongdoing at all, it is simply making sure that you are protected. We travel throughout the UK and around the world to look after our military clients.

We can get to where you are quickly and at short notice.

Call us anytime, day or night, for immediate legal help on 07977 597709.

Service personnel may be prosecuted for alleged driving offences in the civil courts or a Commanding Officer may deal with driving offence matters at Summary Hearings.

Driving offences for Military PersonnelWe can help you try to keep your driving licence if your are prosecutued for:

  1. Driving with Excess Alcohol
  2. Careless Driving
  3. Dangerous Driving
  4. Driving Otherwise than in Accordance with a Licence

LEXCELAccredited Criminal LitigationAuthorised and Regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, number 439818.