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Teen Sentenced to Imprisonment for Aggravated Dangerous Driving Occasioning Death

The teenage driver who caused the death of five friends when he crashed his ute into a tree while travelling at double the speed limit in Buxton in September 2022, has been sentenced to a full term of 12 years...

The Laws Relating to Driver Licence Suspensions, Disqualifications and Appeals

Traffic law is a complex area that can be a minefield for both those who are considering representing themselves in court and lawyers who are unfamiliar with, or inexperienced in, the field. Here’s a thumbnail sketch of some of the...

Frequently Asked Questions about Traffic Cases

As Sydney’s criminal and traffic law specialists, our lawyers receive queries about traffic matters every day. Here are the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions: 1. I’ve been give a speeding ticket. Can I take the case...

How Much Does a Lawyer Cost?

Lawyers have a reputation for being expensive, but getting legal help for a criminal matter may not be as costly as you think, and it can make a big difference to the outcome of your case. While it is possible...

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...

What Happens if You Are Declared a NSW Habitual Traffic Offender?

Being convicted of a traffic offence can lead to a number of penalties, including disqualification from driving and heavy fines. If you are guilty of of three or more major traffic offences within a five-year period, you will be declared...

What is The Court Fee for a Traffic Fine?

If you have been issued with a penalty notice for a traffic offence, you can choose to pay the penalty notice and have the matter finalised immediately, or take the matter to court. Going to court can have a number...

How Can Traffic Offence Lawyers in NSW Help in Court?

Being charged with a traffic offence doesn’t always lead to a court appearance, but if it does, it is important to seek legal representation from a firm of experienced traffic lawyers. No matter how serious or minor the charges, it...

What Are the Qualities of The Best Habitual Traffic Lawyers?

Being charged with a traffic offence can have serious implications for your future, particularly if it is not your first offence. Disqualification from driving, even for a short period of time, can impact on your ability to work and meet...

What is a Habitual Offender, and Can a Drink Driving Lawyer Help?

The Habitual Offender Scheme is designed to penalise people who commit repeated serious traffic offences, such as drink driving and dangerous driving. If you are declared a habitual offender, you will face more serious penalties for subsequent drink driving offences,...
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