I Wasn’t Driving

Defending a Drink Driving charge

The prosecution have to prove every aspect of the case against you. 

This means that they have to prove that you were driving.

Normally this is obvious because you will have been stopped driving.

If however you are not stopped driving and the police arrest you later they will have to prove that you were driving. It may be that you weren’t driving and the police have assumed it was you, whatever the circumstances we can help with your defence.

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