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Death By Dangerous Driving Solicitors
Section 1 of the 1988 Act states that "a person who causes the death of another person by driving a mechanically propelled vehicle dangerously on a road or other public place is guilty of an offence." The section this offence is charged under and the recommended maximum sentence for death by dangerous driving, on conviction, is as follows: -
Section 1 Road Traffic Act 1988
14 years imprisonment, disqualification and extended driving test must be taken
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The prosecution must prove beyond all reasonable doubt that the death of another person was caused by the defendants ´dangerous driving´.
The offence, on conviction, carries up to 14 years imprisonment, along with a mandatory disqualification from driving for a minimum period of two years which upon the expiry of which you will be required to take a compulsory retest.
Getting Advice and Representation
If you find yourself facing an allegation such as death by dangerous driving you need to know that you have instructed a criminal law firm that also specialises in motoring law. This combination helps ensure that the evidence and law is considered fully with a view to ensuring that you are given a fair trial.
Call today on 0333 011 0515 and ask for specialist Gary Bryan for a free, no obligation discussion about your case. Our services are available throughout England and Wales including Liverpool and Wirral
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