High Range

Home/High Range

What is High Range PCA?

High Range PCA is categorized by the Law as having an alcohol level of 0.149 or higher.

Being charged with a high range PCA is a serious matter. If you are convicted by the court, there are severe penalties including going to goal.  There are important factors that influence the magistrate who is sentencing you. One of these is whether you have been convicted for any level of a PCA offence in the previous 5 years.

What can happen to me if I am found Guilty of a High Range PCA?

There are a number of penalties the Magistrate hearing your matter may impose on you. These include:

  • A fine up to $3,300 for a first offence, or up to $5,500 for a second or subsequent offence.
  • Maximum goal sentence of 18 months for a first offence or 2 years for a second or subsequent offence.
  • An automatic disqualification of your licence for three years which can be reduced by the Magistrate to a period to a minimum of 12 months, if it is a first time offence. For a second or subsequent offence, there is an automatic disqualification of 5 years; however, a Magistrate has the discretion to reduce this period to a minimum of 2 years.

This is What We Can Do for You

We can advise you on what the likely outcome to your High Range PCA. We can prepare your matter, attend court with you, and represent your case in the best possible way to the Magistrate so that you may obtain the best potential outcome, including a “Section 10” Dismissal of your charges.

It’s Our Job!

The team at Antwan Drink Driving Solicitors is a team of supportive, knowledgeable and skilled lawyers who specialise in all drink driving matters. They understand the fundamental principles of the applicable laws and how they affect you and your rights. The senior lawyers at Antwan Lawyers have practiced in drink driving matters for decades and have acquired, over the years, all the expertise required to argue your case and get you the best possible result. 

Please do not hesitate to Call Us for immediate professional advice