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Drug Driving

Since becoming a specific offence in 2015, there have been an increasing number of drug driving cases.

These not only involve illegal drugs but offences can also be committed for levels of prescription drugs that are more than a prescribed dosage and so reach dangerous levels of impairment.

Disqualification is all but inevitable and the lengths of the ban can be severe, along with high fines or possibly a community order or custody for the more serious cases.

There may be a number of ways we could assist with this offence, so get in touch to see how we can help.  We offer a free initial consultation.

To get in touch with our Bristol office call 0117 929 2811.

You can see our FAQs on Driving and Road Offences here.

Go back to our main Driving and Road Offences page here.

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