At McGreevy & Co., Solicitors we spend a lot of time on the road travelling to courts and prisons across Scotland. We therefore appreciate the importance of your driving licence to you.
When faced with criminal charges for driving offences we understand the stress and worry this can cause. The stakes can often be high with your licence, livelihood and income at risk. We are experienced criminal defence lawyers based in Glasgow. No matter what charge you are facing, we will provide you with straightforward advice on your options. The sorts of case which can arise are as follows:
• Death by Dangerous or Careless Driving
• Drink and Drug Driving
• Failure to provide a specimen
• Dangerous Driving
• Careless Driving
• Driving whilst disqualified
• Driving without insurance
• Mobile phone offences
• Failure to stop when instructed to do so
• other road traffic offences
We can assess your eligibility for Legal Aid which may not be available due to the nature of the charge or your financial eligibility. In those circumstances we will provide you with a quote for the work required. In most cases we will quote a competitive fixed fee which will offer some certainty regarding the costs involved.
If you have been charged with a road traffic offence, feel free to contact our Umar Hussain who will provide you with initial free advice. He can be contacted at McGreevy & Co., Criminal Defence Solicitors, 370 Victoria Road, Glasgow or by telephone on 0141 422 2220 or 07872122601.
Mr Smith studied Law at the University of Aberdeen and completed his diploma in Legal Practice at the University of Strathclyde in 2002. Mr Smith trained at a firm in Ayr receiving a broad training in criminal, civil and conveyancing. He moved to Glasgow in 2005 to work for a well-known high street legal aid Firm where he became a Partner.
Mr Smith joined McGreevy & Co., in December 2012 bringing with him to the Firm his knowledge of Criminal Defence, Prison Law and Parole. Mr Smith has a keen interest in the representation of Life Prisoners and all of the issues surrounding their imprisonment. Mr Smith is also a Notary Public.