Breathalyzer Test | Drunk Driving | Avoid A Ban | Dorset
Our Successes
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July 2017
GJ avoids a ban despite doing 16mph in a 30mph zone.
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July 2016
KR already has 12 points but avoids a ban after successfully arguing exceptional hardship.

June 2016
Allegation of failure to identify driver dropped against BJ after our Barrister exposes fatal flaw in the evidence.

April 2016
PC escapes with ban of just 28 days after doing 140 in a 70.

March 2016
BM found not guilty of failing to disclose identity of driver.
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October 2015
GR avoids disqualification after court finds him not guilty of driving under influence of drugs.

July 2015
CM avoids 6 month disqualification despite pleading guilty to second offence of driving without insurance.

April 2015
JM found not guilty of failing to provide driver's identity.

February 2015
CS escapes with the minimum 12 month ban after pleading guilty to failing to provide a specimen of breath.

January 2015
SJ avoids disqualification despite being a 12-points "totter" after court finds risk of exceptional hardship.
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October 2014
PD successfully appeals magistrates' court decision to convict her of failing to identify a driver.

August 2014
SM found not guilty after trial of driving under the influence of drugs.

July 2014
BM avoids disqualification despite pleading guilty on the day of trial to failing to provide a specimen.

June 2014
WM found not guilty of drink driving after two day trial despite the prosecution using expert evidence against him.

April 2014
CPS discontinues case against RB after it fails to identify regulations applicable to his trailer. RB then found not guilty of other offences.
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November 2013
CPS drops case against NS after court allows him to change his plea from guilty to driving without insurance to not guilty.

November 2013
BK pleads guilty to deliberately refusing to provide a specimen of breath but eaves court with a fine and the minimum ban possible.

October 2013
BJ initially charged with dangerous driving but leaves court with a conditional discharge and three penalty points.

August 2013
AS found not guilty of speeding after court concludes Notice of Intended Prosecution probably not served. Defendant’s Costs Order made.

August 2013
HJ’s conviction for being drunk in charge of a vehicle overturned following a successful appeal to the Crown Court.

August 2013
FJ escapes with just six weeks disqualification after pleading guilty to speeding (75mph in a 30mph zone).

August 2013
TG avoids custody after pleading guilty to driving whilst disqualified.

July 2013
KG avoids disqualification after pleading guilty to speeding (76mph in a 50mph zone).

July 2013
SR avoids a ban after pleading guilty to speeding (59mph in a 30mph zone).

July 2013
CM escapes 6 month totting up ban despite pleading guilty to a second offence of driving without insurance.

June 2013
GR avoids a ban after pleading guilty to speeding (107mph in a 70mph zone).

June 2013
CD keeps his licence despite pleading guilty to FOUR speeding offences.

May 2013
Court finds NS has no case to answer half way through his trial for failing to provide a specimen of breath.

May 2013
SJ avoids disqualification for speeding (55mph in a 30mph zone).

May 2013
DE keeps his licence and avoids any penalty points despite driving with no insurance. He leaves court with an absolute discharge.
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