Drink driving is a serious motoring offence and you will need good quality legal representation for your case to be heard in court. With one of our payment plans, you can get access to top legal representation without large up-front payments, giving you a much better chance of achieving a positive outcome.
A drink driving conviction can have consequences that seriously impact your day to day life. This why securing a legal loan with a convenient repayment plan as soon as you can is essential to getting access to a good quality motoring offence lawyer. You will need effective representation in order to have the best chance at successfully contesting your charge.
Failure to secure a legal loan and having access to a quality solicitor can mean you end up losing your driving licence or, in a worst case scenario, ending up with a criminal conviction.
If you require more information on how we can help you, contact our team of legal finance experts on 020 3376 1888. They’re always willing to explain each plan in detail as well as provide impartial advice on how to proceed with a legal loan or payment plan.
What legal loans and payment plans are right for you?
At Legal Cost Finance, legal loans are created with a range of personal situations in mind. For example, our LawPlan Classic payment option represents the perfect legal loan for people without significant assets. Its unique cost-neutral payment solution means you may not need to pay any interest on the first 12 months of repayments. This flexible payment scheme gives you the confidence to approach your drink driving offence without the hassle of tricky legal fees. We’ll repay your lawyer in full and on time, so you can focus on your case.
What happens during a drink driving charge?
Drink driving convictions are among the most serious of motoring offence charges and as such, they carry potentially severe consequences. After an alleged drink driving incident, police will start the complicated process of gathering evidence. This includes a breathalyser test and a specimen of either blood or urine that will be presented as grounds for conviction in prosecutions court proceedings. It is important to remember at this stage that it is not an open and shut case; there are grounds to contest the charge and it is beneficial to know your rights.
If you can provide evidence that the police did not follow the correct procedures, you may choose to plead not guilty. You could have a right to contest if you feel that:
- The breath reading device was inaccurate or unreliable
- You have not been given adequate opportunity to provide two separate specimens of urine
- The police station doctor or nurse did not obtain the relevant consent to receive a specimen of blood from you; or
- If the blood and urine have not been stored in the correct place
Of course you will need an expert solicitor to assist you. So, if you’re planning on contesting your drink driving charge, consider one of our legal loans or payment plans to help ease the financial burden. Contact our finance specialists today on 020 3376 1888 for more information.
Payment plans help you get through your legal problem, and get on with life.
We provide payment plans to cover your legal costs, so you can get the legal support you require – without the need for large up front payments.
We will connect you with a lawyer who specialises in traffic law and motoring offences and who is right for your individual circumstances. If you have already appointed a lawyer, we can still offer you a payment plan solution and will make all the necessary arrangements with your lawyer on your behalf.
How can we help?
We have a team of dedicated case managers who will guide you through your legal journey and ensure you’re not wasting money on legal costs and making the right strategic decisions.
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