Road Traffic Lawyers
If you have been charged with a driving offence in Alloa, Kirkcaldy, Dunfermline or elsewhere in Scotland, it’s important you enlist the help of a specialist road traffic law firm. Road traffic law is a complex and detailed area of law and, as such, requires the use of a specialist solicitor. We are expert motoring solicitors in Scotland and we can help you keep your licence.
Motoring Lawyers Alloa, Kirkcaldy, Dunfermline, Falkirk, Stirling & Edinburgh
At MJS, we understand the impact a road traffic conviction can have on your life. Losing your licence can often mean losing your livelihood. As such, we aim to try to keep our clients on the road wherever possible.
For more information on road traffic penalties, read our detailed guide here.
Motoring & Road Traffic Offences Solicitors Fife, Alloa & Stirling
We offer advice and representation on all types of road traffic charges including:
- Dangerous driving
- Death by Dangerous Driving
- Driving under the influence of drink or drugs
- Driving Uninsured
- Driving while using a mobile phone
- Driving without due care and attention (careless driving)
- Failing to provide an evidential specimen
- Motoring fraud
- Speeding and other traffic offences
- Totting Up Bans
If you have been charged with an offence under the Road Traffic Act 1988 or with any other driving offence, contact us now.
We aim to give every one of our clients a robust defence to charges of road traffic offences. Many motorists do not know their rights and accept the charge because they do not know how, or even if, they can fight it.
We offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case.
Contact our Road Traffic Defence Lawyers Scotland
If you require legal advice, support or you have been accused of a crime in Alloa, Kirkcaldy, Dunfermline, Fife, Stirling, Falkirk, Edinburgh or another area throughout Scotland, it’s important to act fast. Call our criminal defence lawyers in Dunfermline on 01383 730 466, in Kirkcaldy on 01592 640 680, in Alloa on 01259 725 922 or make an online enquiry.