Thank you for the information and I am sorry to hear about this matter. Firstly, I would advise getting a defence solicitor, I will provide you with a useful link at the end. From what you have told, I hope you have kept the test that you did yourself, as this may provide useful for evidence. You solicitor will have to show the court that you did not willingly or knowingly drive a car while intoxicated. If they can show this, or the prosecution cannot prove beyond reasonable doubt you were intoxicated whilst driving you will be found innocent. However, if we deal with the other side and you were found guilty, the automatic sentence is a driving ban. If you can show exceptional circumstances sometimes you can keep your licence. However, these have to be "exceptional". The fact you drive for a living and will lose your job as a result of losing your licence is simply not enough in order to keep your lic once, the court are very clear about this. However, if you can show that your son would suffer and there are genuinely no alternatives to his transport (and the court WILL consider every alternative) then you may be able to show exceptional circumstances. However, that is not for me to say. In this case I would definitely recommend instructing a defence solicitor.
I shall provide you with a helpful link that will assist you in finding a solicitor/representative near your local area. This will provide you with someone nearby your area who can assist you if required.
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