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Speeding Offences

Would You Risk Prison to Keep Your Driver Licence?

by Ugur Nedim
How far would you go to avoid a speeding fine or demerit points? Lie to authorities? Find a Justice of the Peace to sign a false statement? According to the Roads and Maritime Service (RMS), a large number of people...

Crazy Driving Behaviour

by Ugur Nedim
Most of us will commit some form of traffic offence during our time on the road. But here are a few of the more unusual ways that drivers get themselves into trouble: Starting Off on the Wrong Foot Most law...

Frequently Asked Questions about Traffic Cases

by Ugur Nedim
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...

Rights When Pulled Over By Police

by Ugur Nedim
Many motor vehicle users are unsure about their rights when pulled over by police. So we’ve answered six of the top questions when it comes to your rights during traffic stops. 1. When can police pull me over? Police can...

Should traffic fines be based on your income?

by Ugur Nedim
If you think traffic fines in Australia are expensive, be grateful you don’t live in Finland or Switzerland – at least if you are a high-income earner! Traffic fines are not a fixed amount in those countries, but rather take...

Can Police ‘Estimates of Speed’ Stand Up in Court?

by Ugur Nedim
We recently posted a blog about a truck driver who received a speeding ticket based upon a police officer’s ‘estimate of speed’. The officer in question declared himself to be an ‘expert’ at estimating speed. Many people could not believe...

Should Police be Allowed to ‘Estimate’ Speed?

by Ugur Nedim
Revenue from speeding fines helps to fill state government coffers year-after-year. In the last financial year alone, NSW motorists paid $150 million in speeding fines. Many of those tickets were for going slightly over the speed limit in areas not...

When Should Ambulance Drivers Have to Pay Speeding Fines?

by Ugur Nedim
There is no doubt that paramedics perform a vital and extremely difficult role in our society. But did you know that, in certain circumstances, ambulance drivers who break the road rules by speeding or running red light cameras can get...

What Evidence Do Police Look For at a Serious Traffic Crash?

by Ugur Nedim
Being involved in a serious traffic accident can be traumatic, especially if someone is injured or killed as a result. Finding yourself facing criminal charges as a result can turn an already distressing situation into a far more difficult one...

Installing Speed Limiters to Vehicles: The Answer to Speeding?

by Ugur Nedim
A parliamentary committee has suggested a number of new measures to be implemented in NSW this year in a bid to tackle speeding, and reduce the number of speeding-related road accidents. One of the measures under discussion involves fitting repeat...
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