Driving whilst unfit and driving with excess alcohol carry a compulsory disqualification unless 'special reasons' arise. These may arise if the vehicle was only driven in circumstances of emergency (for example to take someone to hospital when no other alternative was available). It may also arise if a person drove after having their drink 'spiked'.
We can advise you as to whether it is likely 'special reasons' arise in your case, and can assist you to prove such 'special reasons' in court. Where such reasons are found to exist, disqualification can be avoided. Graham Evans & Partners Solicitors will aid in keeping your disqualification to a minimum.