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10 Tips For Staying Safe Over New Year’s

With New Year’s Eve just around the corner, it’s no doubt that police will once again be out in force patrolling the streets. Every year, police arrest a large number of people - many for alcohol-related offences. However, there are...

Reducing Repeat Drink Driving: Mandatory Interlock Licences for High Range and Repeat Drink Driving are on the Horizon

Drink driving is a prevalent and concerning safety issue on our roads. The statistics and research for drink driving overwhelmingly point to it’s dangers – including the risk of property damage, serious injury and death on our roads. Despite countless...

When can Police Suspend my Licence on the Spot?

Sometimes police can suspend your driver’s licence on the spot if they allege you have committed a serious traffic offence. They can do this immediately after you have been pulled-over, or within 48 hours afterwards. Driving licence suspension notices take...

Why You Should Hire an Expert Drink Driving Lawyer in Sydney

Are you facing drink driving charges? You may have been caught drink driving during a random breath test carried out by police at the roadside, or as a result of being breathalysed following a car accident. If so, you are...

Do I Need a Traffic Lawyer?

Traffic matters can range from a speeding ticket right up to very serious offences like dangerous driving occasioning death. While many of us may have got caught by a red light or speed camera, when it comes to contesting a...

How can I remove my habitual offender declaration?

What is a habitual offender declaration? A habitual offender declaration is an order made by the Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) against people who are found guilty of 3 or more ‘relevant traffic offences’ within 5 years. It basically means...

Drink Driving: What is the Difference between PCA and DUI?

Driving while under the influence of alcohol or any other intoxicating substance is a criminal offence in Australia. If you are caught driving or in charge of a motor vehicle after consuming a certain amount of alcohol, or another intoxicating...

Intensive Traffic Offender Program now available in Sydney

Traffic Offender Programs are courses designed to inform drivers about the dangers of certain driving habits – such as drink driving, speeding and driving whilst fatigued. They are often undertaken by those who have been charged with major traffic offences...

What Happens if I Get A Good Behaviour Bond for Drinking And Driving?

Drink driving offences are some of the most common traffic offences in NSW. If you are convicted of a drink driving offence, you face a range of penalties, including a fine, disqualification from driving, and even a prison sentence in...

How Can a Mid-Range Drink Driving Conviction Impact You?

Have you been charged with mid-range drink driving? Although a mid-range drink driving conviction is not as serious as a high range drink driving conviction, there are still harsh penalties associated with being found guilty of this offence, which is...
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