Drink driving is an imprisonable offence, which means that, depending on the severity of your case, you could be issued with a custodial sentence as a result of a drink driving conviction.
You may receive a custodial prison sentence for drink driving if your offence surpasses the ‘custody threshold’. The custody threshold is reached when a fine, community sentence and/or licence points alone are not severe enough as punishment for an offence, and custody – i.e. imprisonment – must be considered as a sentence.
Any case that does surpass the custody threshold has to be handled correctly, which is where the skills and experience of Woods Solicitors can make all the difference.The quality of your representation is key.
Our solicitors believes in our clients and we present a clear and convincing argument. By finding fault with the evidence against you, we may be able to avoid a conviction entirely – thereby avoiding a custodial sentence.
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