Parslows Jersey Motoring defence lawyers specialise in defending Jersey road traffic offences.
Whether you have been accused of drink driving, speeding, careless driving or even causing death by dangerous driving our driving offence lawyers can advise and assist you . We understand how significant the situation can be, which is why we know that you’ll want the best Jersey advocates to defend your rights.
Each motoring defence lawyer in our team will defend each and every client to the highest degree of legal expertise and determination, no matter the accusation. No matter how large or small the motoring offence, our team members are well equipped to defend your rights. We will explain everything to you and discuss your options, advising you on the possible outcomes with pragmatism.
If you are in the position of having to defend yourself against a motor offence, only specialist motoring legal advice will do. Parslows Jersey motoring defence lawyers regularly represent clients at the Jersey Police Station, the Magistrates Court and the Royal Court.
If you want to discuss your matter with us confidentially, call us on 630530 for initial advice.
Our clients come from a variety of backgrounds and many drivers we represent have committed Jersey driving offences ranging from speeding, dangerous driving, drink driving, driving without due care & attention, failure to stop at an accident, using a mobile phone while driving and much more.
If you are charged with a Jersey motoring offence and find you are not eligible for Jersey legal aid contact Advocate Lorraine McClure on 630530. It is important to seek professional legal advice at the earliest opportunity to ensure that you are fully prepared before attending police interview and/or answering any police questions. Our team of expert motoring defence advocates are on hand to assist.
We advise and represent clients in relation to any type of Jersey motoring offence case from a minor road traffic offences through to drink driving, careless driving or dangerous driving.
Being charged with Jersey Drink driving (DIC) can result in the loss of your licence, increased insurance premiums, fines, and possibly a prison sentence. We appreciate the impact a charge of this nature can have on you and your family and the consequences a driving ban can have on you. If you have been accused of drink driving it is important you seek one of our lawyers advice at the earliest opportunity as this can have a bearing on the outcome of your case.
Dangerous driving in Jersey is a serious motoring offence, if you have been charged with dangerous driving you should seek the help and advice of an experienced expert Advocate at the earliest opportunity, if possible before being questioned by the States of Jersey police. A charge of dangerous driving can be brought against a driver for a variety of reasons; including but not limited to: driving at high speeds, aggressive driving, overtaking where it is illegal to do so, ignoring road signs or traffic markings or driving a vehicle which is not road worthy
In Jersey if any person who is driving a vehicle on a road holds a telephone in anyway while the vehicle is in motion, that person shall be guilty of an offence. In more serious cases where the use of a mobile phone has resulted in a clear danger a charge of dangerous driving may be brought and that could result in a custodial sentence. If you require specialist advice on your options having been accused of using a phone while in your vehicle contact our motoring offence Advocates today.
Some Jersey motoring offence may be minor; other offences such as careless driving, failing to notify the police of an accident or falire to provide a specimen can have far more serious consequences. If you have been ionvloved in an incident and or have been contacted by the States of Jersey police we can advise you on your options and or the best course of action to take. If you have been summonsed to the Magistrates court our Advocates can provide you with information on the likely outcome of your case and, if necessary, defend you in the Magistrates Court (or Royal Court), especially if you face a driving ban / disqualification