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If you have been accused of causing death by dangerous driving then it is extremely important you obtain expert legal assistance as soon as possible. #1 Motoring Solicitors have decades of experience representing clients for this offence.

Penalties for Causing Death by Dangerous Driving

Cases for Death by Dangerous Driving are always heard in the Crown Court with the jury deciding the outcome. If a driver is found guilty of death by dangerous driving then they are eligible for up to 14 years imprisonment along with a minimum of two years disqualification from driving.

Defending Death by Dangerous Driving Allegations

To assist with your defence we are able to call upon our Higher Rights Advocates who have considerable experience in dealing with advocacy in the Crown Court. Moreover, for the appropriate case, we are able to arrange an initial advice and attendance upon our retained Queens Counsel. We are also able to instruct Queens Counsel to represent you in defending allegations of causing death by dangerous driving.

Where an allegation of Death by Dangerous Driving is alleged, it is likely that you will have to attend the police station for an interview under caution. Our expert motoring solicitors are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to assist you if you are arrested and interviewed.

#1 Motoring Solicitors are also able to instruct our panel of expert witnesses who can be approached to assist in proving your defence. Experts range from those dealing with the cause of a Road Traffic Act to engineers who are experienced to provide expert evidence which may help your case.

#1 Motoring Solicitors have used experts to assist the clients charged with causing death by dangerous driving on countless occasions.

Given that death by dangerous driving is the most serious motoring offence that a driver is likely to face, #1 Motoring Solicitors can represent you under the terms of your Insurance Certificate where your car insurance covers representation by an expert solicitor. We have previous experience of being instructed by insurers to represent drivers facing death by dangerous driving offences.

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