Did you just get a traffic violation and you're worried your license might be in danger of getting banned? Well, save yourself from fretting too much about the unknown, and find out first how you can deal with the offence, the court appearance, and all the implications it might bring to your driver's license. Below are some insights that might help you.
If you're really worried about the situation, don't hesitate to call a drink drive solicitor (drivingoffencesolicitor.co.uk) and consult him about your case. However, it might help to understand what particular offence you incurred and all its consequences first.
Basically, a person who is in charge or in control of a motorised vehicle is liable for any injury to another person or damage to any property caused by him and his vehicle. Moreover, the offence is even more serious if the driver is deemed unfit to drive due to drugs or alcohol. The most likely scenario, if you're discovered that you had been intoxicated while driving, is an immediate arrest by a constable. Now, even if you may not actually look tipsy, the arresting officer may still have power to arrest you, especially if the constable suspects that you have an estimated alcohol content of more than 80mg per 100ml of blood, which is beyond the prescribed limit according to the law. Of course, a constable would have to administer certain tests before you may be declared unfit to drive and arrested. The good news though is that officers cannot administer tests, except the breathalyser, on you without reasonable cause; which might mean smelling alcohol on your breath or suspecting your car matches a description of a vehicle suspected of being involved in an accident.
The hard truth is that the moment an officer proves with a breathalyser that you have indeed been driving with more than the prescribed alcohol limit in your system, you will directly be brought to a police station (http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1988/52/section/6D) to be given the choice to undergo further tests. Often, this means you might have to provide a blood or...