We give you an honest appraisal about your circumstance
Our team of dedicated criminal lawyers have experience in all areas of traffic law and we achieve outstanding results on a regular basis. We will also give you an honest appraisal about your chances of a Section 10 in regards to your offence (i.e. no criminal record even if found guilty – and no loss of license).
Please don’t hesitate to contact us for assistance or more information regarding;
- Negligent Driving
- Dangerous Driving
- ‘Car hoon’ and street racing offences
- Immediate Licence Suspension
- Drink Driving
- Drug Driving (Driving while under the influence of drugs)
- Habitual Offender
- Mobile Phone offences
- Demerit Points
- Section 10
- Licence & Speeding Appeals including:
- Provisional and Learner drivers
- Excessive speed suspensions
- Medical suspensions
- Age suspension appeals
- Quashing of habitual traffic offender declarations
- Challenging speed camera and radar offences.
Trucks and Heavy Vehicles
- Heavy vehicle drink driving
- Heavy vehicle speed limiters – non-compliance
- Truck overloading (Mass overload offences)
- Dimension limits – non-compliance
- Unsecured load (Load Restraint offences)
- Heavy Vehicle Checking Stations – non-compliance
Unlicensed Driving Offences
- Drive while cancelled
- Drive while disqualified
- Drive while suspended
- Drive while unlicensed
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