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Reckless Driving

What is Skye’s Law?

by Ugur Nedim
The offence of ‘police pursuit’ and penalties.

Intensive Traffic Offenders Rehabilitation Program (TORP) – Now also at Parramatta

by Ugur Nedim
Being charged with a major traffic offence such as drink driving can be distressing, especially if it comes with a period of disqualification. But just because you’ve been charged with a traffic offence, it doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll be convicted...

Changes to Crash Reporting Requirements in NSW

by Ugur Nedim
The laws surrounding how and when traffic accidents should be reported have been changed, with the amended laws due to come into force on October 15. These changes, which are intended to streamline crash-reporting processes and alleviate time spent by...

Driverless Cars – the Next Legal Frontier?

by Ugur Nedim
Let’s take a drive into the future. It might sound like an episode of the Jetsons, but at some stage in the not-too-distant-future we are bound to find ourselves zooming about in driverless cars…. Right? We humans tend to love...

Driving Furiously and other Less Prosecuted Offences

by Ugur Nedim
Throughout history, civilisations have come up with some fairly unusual crimes and possibly even more unusual punishments. Of course, many of these are never, if ever prosecuted. In a country like Australia, where there is an abundance of laws and...

Do I Have to Answer Police Questions if I’ve been in an Accident?

by Ugur Nedim
If you have been involved in a traffic accident you need to report the matter to the police as soon as possible. Failing to report an accident can leave you facing criminal charges. If you are concerned that you may...

How can I remove my habitual offender declaration?

by Ugur Nedim
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?

by Ugur Nedim
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...

Intensive Traffic Offender Program now available in Sydney

by Ugur Nedim
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...

Police pursuit and Skye’s Law

by Ugur Nedim
Our video and blog post below talks about Police pursuit and Skye’s Law. Skye’s Law is an amendment to the Crimes Act, and is part of the legislation governing police pursuits and reckless driving. Skye’s Law was enacted after the tragic...
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