If you are in the York area and have been caught speeding, John Barkers Solicitors Motoring Offence Services can help. Our experienced team has a great track record of providing legal advice on motor offences, so you can trust that your case is in the right hands. With decades of experience behind us, we know how to best guide you through this difficult period.
York is well served with a range of roads that attract motorists from all over the region. Whether you have been caught speeding on A64, A19 or anywhere else around York, our team are here to provide specialist motoring offence advice.
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My mission is to ensure that my clients are aware of their rights and receive the best possible outcome for their case. I am passionate about helping those in difficult positions and have the experience, knowledge, and understanding to make sure that justice is served.Andrew Havery - Motoring Specialist Solicitor
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John Barkers Solicitors is committed to helping the people of York with a wide range of motoring offence cases within the UK. Here are some examples of common offences our team regularly deals with:
Vehicles that exceed speed limits can be subject to fines, penalty points on their driving licence and sometimes even disqualification from driving.
Driving without due care and attention or without reasonable consideration for other road users is considered careless driving and can result in an on-the-spot fine, points on your licence, community orders and/or imprisonment.
Carrying out risky manoeuvres or driving dangerously can result in an unlimited fine, a driving ban of up to two years, points on your licence, disqualification from driving and/or an endorsement for the offence.
Driving with alcohol over a certain limit within the bloodstream carries severe penalties such as fines, disqualification from driving and custodial sentences. A drink drive conviction will also remain on your record for eleven years.
This offence carries a potential prison sentence and/or fine, disqualification from driving and points on your licence. You may also be tried for dangerous or careless driving.