Failing To Provide A Specimen

Specialist London Driving Solicitor For Failure To Provide Offences


The penalties for failing or refusing to provide a specimen can include six months imprisonment, an unlimited fine and at least one year’s ban from driving, however there are sometimes circumstances in which an expert defence solicitor can justifiably secure either an acquittal or a more lenient sentence for a defendant charged with the offence.


Failing to Provide a Specimen is an offence the courts take seriously and prosecution could have significant impact of your career and lifestyle. If you have been charged with this offence then contact NGP immediately for an initial consultation, in confidence and without any obligation. We can advise you on your options.

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