Appeals Against Immediate Driver Licence Suspensions by Police can be made under section 267 of the Road Transport Act 2013 by filing an appeal to a Local Court within 28 days of receiving the Notice of Suspension.
Under section 268 of the Act, the Local Court has the power to:
The court can only set aside or reduce your suspension if you can establish ‘exceptional circumstances’ which justify doing so.
In making that decision, the court can take into account:
It cannot consider the circumstances of the alleged offence itself.
You can increase your prospects of having your suspension set aside or reduced by:
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