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One for the Road?

We are all familiar with the connotation within the phrase one for the road; simply put, it is taken to mean one final drink before heading off on a journey, usually home. It has also been claimed (if you believe the Original Tour guides in London) to be linked to the final journey of a condemned prisoner, before the unfortunate was taken for execution.

We are now approaching the time of year when not only are the cold nights drawing in, but the festive season is upon us. The annual office Christmas party, a gathering with friends or family, or just a trip to the local - the temptation is there to over-indulge; we can sometimes make lapses of judgment in our decision-making; so much so that the consequences can be life-changing.

If you have found that one for the road means that you face a police investigation or an appearance at court, then you need to be assured that you have the advice and support you need to make sure that you are in the best possible position, whether it is defending your reputation or liberty, or facing the consequences of your actions.

If you are facing an uncertain New Year, call McHale & Co on 0161 928 3848 or 07710 096 589 for initial, free, no obligation advice.

Categories: Motoring Offences

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