Recent Results : traffic

Our Client Charged with Attempted Murder was Granted Bail at Penrith Local Court

Our 48-year-old client was charged with Attempted Murder. It was alleged by Police that he had deliberately driven his motor vehicle at speed into a wooden power pole in an attempt to murder his daughter who, at the time, was a passenger in the front seat of the vehicle. It was alleged by Police that ...continue reading

39-Year-Old Architect Client Gets Section 10 Non-Conviction After Pleading Guilty to Dangerous Driving Charge

Our client was a 39-year-old Architect from Hornsby. It was alleged that our client was speeding 185km per hour in a 110km per hour zone. Our client was charged with Drive Recklessly, Furiously or in a Speed or Manner Dangerous; a charge that attracts a fine of $2200, or a period of imprisonment of 9 ...continue reading

Our client gets s10 for traffic offence of ‘Not Give Way’ to vehicle

Our 31-year-old client from Liverpool in January 2020 was involved in a collission with another vehicle in a car park. The police believed that our client was at fault by failing to give way. As a result of the collision, our client caused damage to both vehicles. In addition, the driver of the other vehicle ...continue reading

Section 10 Non-Conviction for Low Range Drink Driving PCA 0.057

Our 32 year-old client from Stanmore (Inner West Sydney) was charged with low range drink driving with a PCA of 0.057. She worked as a cleaner and travelled to and from work by car 5-days a week with 3am starts. She would also travel in her car with cleaning products and equipment, creating a significant ...continue reading

Man Avoids Demerit Points Suspension After Breaching Good Behaviour Licence

Our 33-year-old client who due to committing a number of traffic offences, had accumulated more than 13 demerit points in one year. Instead of accepting a driver licence suspension period, he elected to be on a good behaviour licence for a period of 12 months. This means that if our client committed a further traffic ...continue reading

Court convinced not to impose a licence disqualification after client pleads guilty to driving while suspended

Our 28-year-old client who is a sole provider for his young family had received a notice of suspension of his driver licence from the RMS for 3 months as a result of exceeding the demerit point limit. He received this due to committing 4 relevant traffic offences, including disobeying traffic lights, parking in a disabled ...continue reading

High Range Drink Driver 0.258 Reading Avoids Jail After Pleading Guilty at the Wollongong Local Court

Our 31-year old client was stopped and arrested with a high range drink driving charge by police and managed to avoid full-time prison, getting a sentenced with an intensive correction order for 13-months despite the aggravating features of his case involving a very high reading of 0.258, driving erratically, the number of people who were ...continue reading

Non conviction, no loss of licence for driving with illicit substance in system

Our client is a 60 year old man who lives in the Liverpool area. The police charged him with driving with illicit drugs present in his blood under section 111(1)(a) of the Road Transport Act 2013 (NSW). He appeared at the Liverpool Local Court where he entered a plea of guilty to the charge on ...continue reading

Avoids Conviction with No Disqualification for 5th Drive While Disqualified Offence

Our client was fine default suspended by the RMS years earlier. He continued driving before he committed a drink driving offence and received a court ordered disqualification period. Not long afterwards, he continued driving during the disqualification period when he was caught and charged with driving while disqualified another 5 times. During the first 3 ...continue reading

High Speed Pursuit Section 10 No Conviction

Section 10’s possible for serious offences with the right advice, preparation and tactics Mr. J Singh appeared for his 27 year old client working as a dentist, and pharmacist at 3 different locations in NSW who was required to travel long distances in the race against time with back to back appointments. His client whilst ...continue reading

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