- Police interviews
- Police accident investigations
- Notice to provide driver details
- Notice of intended prosecution (NIP)
- Driver improvement courses
- Fixed penalties
How a Solicitor Can Help If You Are Being Investigated by the Police
If you are being investigated by the police for a driving case an experienced solicitor can give you advice about what to do. You may need to think about some of several things. I can give you the right advice.
- How strong is the evidence against you?
- Should you reply to a notice of intended prosecution/request for driver details?
- Should you accept a fixed penalty?
- Can you go on a driver improvement course?
- Should you attend a police interview?
- Should you answer questions or say ‘no comment’ to police questions?
- What will happen if you do not agree with what the police are saying about you?
- Should you take the case to court?
No Substitute for Experience
I specialise in representing drivers accused of motoring offences. I have years of experience representing clients in police investigations. I have deep knowledge about Magistrates’ Courts and Crown Courts. That means that I can advise you how a police investigation will effect exactly what will happen in court. Hopefully my advice will mean that you avoid court altogether.
Law Society Accreditation
I am a member of the Law Society Criminal Litigation Accreditation Scheme – an award that is only given to solicitors who have reached a required standard and level of experience in the police station and the Magistrates’ Court.
Unsure If You Need Legal Representation for a Police Investigation?
Before you decide if you need a solicitor, call me or request a call back under no obligation.
Traffic Car c.1985 by West Midlands Police