Low Range PCA | Drink Driving Charge We appeared in a low range drink driving matter (reading 0.68) at Parramatta Local Court. Our client was a mature aged lady, who was actively involved in the community and needed her licence to begin a new job that she just managed to obtain. Her new role was located in an area where public transport was sparse. Also, our client's elderly mother relied on her to take her to medical appointments and to assist her from time to time [...]
Great result for a deserving client today charged with Low Range Drink Driving to appear in the Sydney Downing Centre. Our client was charged with a low range drink driving with aggravating features. His driving record was extensive. He desperately needed his licence so he could continue with his Real Estate business. After careful preparation and submissions by us, our client got the Section 10 outcome he sought and was able to drive home.
Our Liverpool client is employed in the transport industry and came to see us because any loss of license would mean he would no longer be able to earn an income, he has no other skills. His Honor had regard to our submissions and our client's improved driving history in recent years. The matter was dealt with by way of a Section 10 good behavior bond which means he can continue to drive and provide for his young family.
Low Range PCA Charge heard in Bankstown Local Court. Our client is employed in the construction industry and an lengthy period of disqualification would put his position in jeopardy. Her Honour made a mandatory interlock order and our client will be able to drive in as soon as three months.
Our Sydney CBD client had aspirations to be a pilot with the Royal Air Force of Australia and a conviction would have been devastating for his career prospects. His Honour had regard to our submissions and supporting material and did not record a conviction.
Our Parramatta client had to overcome the significant hurdle of a particularly poor driving history for such a young man. His Honour had regard to our clients participation in the Traffic Offenders Program and our submissions for leniency on sentence, ultimately exercising his discretion and imposing the minimum period of disqualification with a nominal fine.
Low Range Drink Driving Charge at Waverley Local Court Our client was a mature red P Plate driver had a strong need for a license as a single working mum. Her Honour commented that although it was unusual to deal with the matter by was of section 10 she was convinced it was an appropriate action in this situation. Our client was greatly relieved and can now look forward with optimism.
Low Range Drink Driving charge at Waverley Local Court, Drive Unregistered and Uninsured Motor Vehicle
Our client was charged with offences that carried fines which could have potentially been several thousands of dollars. Her Honour had regard to our submissions made with respect to her capacity to pay any fines and the effect the loss of license will have on her. Her Honour imposed the minimum period of disqualification and imposed a nominal fine.
This matter was complicated by the fact our client was only a slight fraction away from mid range. Our client was working at the time on a 457 visa which meant both his employment and visa were in jeopardy. Her Honour had regard to his precarious situation and dealt with the matter with a lengthy section 10 good behaviour bond.
Our client was charged with low range drink driving after failing to stop for a random breath test, he was visiting Australia at the time and resides overseas. Whilst the court (Parramatta Local Court) was concerned about his behavior, His Honour had regard to his need for a license given that our client relies on a valid Australian license when driving overseas. His Honour heavily reduced the automatic period of disqualification and imposed a nominal fine.