Motoring Offences2020-08-24T16:17:05+00:00

Motoring Offences

If you have been involved in a road traffic accident or are being prosecuted for any Road Traffic Offence, we are in a position to help.

A driving licence is a very precious item and we have an outstanding record in protecting and saving driving licences.

We have over forty years experience representing clients for motoring offences including:

 Dangerous Driving

 Careless Driving

 Drink Driving

 Leaving the scene of an accident

 Failing to report an accident

• Insurance

 Road Tax



 Non-production of documents

 Defective Vehicles

• Tachograph offences

solicitors donegal letterkenny solicitors motoring offences

These types of cases are dealt with on a daily basis by our highly experienced solicitors and we have an exceptional success rate. 

P.A.Dorrian & Co is a court based practice and covers all of the courts in County Donegal . We frequently attend courts in other parts of the country on behalf of our clients.

Legal Aid is available in many cases and where it is not we are happy to enter into reasonable payment plans with our clients.

Application for Restoration of Driving Licence

If you have been disqualified from driving you can make an application to the Courts, in certain circumstances, to have your licence restored without completing the full period of your disqualification.

You can only apply to have your licence restored once you have completed two thirds of the disqualification period.

Length of Disqualification Application to Courts for restoration of licence can be made after:
1 year Cannot be restored early
2 years Cannot be restored early
3 years Application can be made after 2 years
4 years Application can be made after 2 years & 8 months
5 years Application can be made after 3 years & 4 months
6 years Application can be made after 4 years

Applications may be submitted to court 3 months in advance.

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I do if stopped by the Gardai and asked to give a breath sample?2018-07-16T08:47:47+00:00

Under the provisions of the road traffic Act a person who is stopped and of whom a sample is demanded is obliged to comply. Failure to comply with such a request is a separate criminal offence which can give rise to fines and/or disqualification.

Request a Callback

We’re here to help answer your questions. Judicial matters can be complicated, our experts are on hand to help inform you of every aspect regarding your topic. Fill out the information to receive a callback from one of our team of solicitors.

    Go to Top