It is reported that Katie Price was sentenced on 9 th January 2019 to a three months driving disqualification as well as fined a total of £1,295, which includes the fine, costs and a victim surcharge, after pleading guilty to driving whilst...
Dangerous driving is a serious motoring offence, if you have been charged with dangerous driving you should seek the help and advice of an experienced expert solicitor at the earliest opportunity, if possible before being questioned by the police. To discuss your circumstances contact our dangerous driving solicitors on 0203 816 9274 or complete our online enquiry form.
To be found guilty of dangerous driving the prosecution must prove that you have driven in a way that ‘falls far below what would be expected of a careful and competent driver’.
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, driving a vehicle which is not road worthy, driving under the influence of excess alcohol or under the influence of drugs.