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    Keiron92 is offline New Member
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    Default Help drink driving

    Hello can someone please help, I was in my friends house asleep when I get a phone call off my mother saying the police were outside her address and that I had blocked someoneís drive who was trying to get out for work so I panicked and moved my car to the other side of the road and the police saw me and arrested me up for drink driving.

    I work for a courier company, donít have any convictions in the past and have never been arrested before do you think I have any chance of being punished lightly?


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    The minimum ban for drink driving is 12 months however that is heavily dependent on the level of reading produced. It may be possible to advance a 'special reasons' argument on the basis that you had driven a very short distance. If this is accepted then the court can decide not to impose a ban. This is very much dependent on the details surrounding what happened and I would advise you take legal advice from a specialist.

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