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Dangerous Driving

Filed under: Speeding, Licence Appeals, Traffic Matters, Speeding, Traffic Matters

Dangerous Driving, Careless Driving, Improper Use (careless driving)

Sydney Criminal Lawyers

Filed under: Drug Offences, Human Trafficking, Weapons, Assault & Battery, Robbery & Theft, Arson, Apprehended Violence Orders, Drink Driving, Speeding, Licence Appeals, Drug Driving, Traffic Matters, Victim Support, Witnesses and Victims, Court Appearances, Resisting Arrest, Anti-Social Laws, Indecent and Sexual Assault, Murder, Sexual Offences, Bail Applications, Criminal Law Matters, Fraud, Forgery, Terrorist Activities, Criminal Law, Drink Driving, Drug Driving, Speeding, Traffic Matters

Sydney Criminal Lawyers is one of the leading criminal law firms and practise criminal and driving cases exclusively. Specialising in criminal law means...

Obtaining Licence etc. By False Statements

Filed under: Licence Appeals, Anti-Social Laws, Criminal Law Matters, Fraud, Forgery, Criminal Law

How Serious is “Obtaining Licence etc. By False Statements”? What’s the Maximum Penalty The charge of “Obtaining Licence etc. By False Statements” has...

Unlicenced Driving

Filed under: Licence Appeals, Traffic Matters, Anti-Social Laws, Criminal Law Matters, Criminal Law

Penalty for “Unlicenced Driving” in Melbourne – How Serious is This Charge? There is a maximum penalty of 4 months imprisonment or a fine of as much...

Drink Driving Exceed PCA

Filed under: Drink Driving, Licence Appeals, Criminal Law Matters

Drink Driving Exceed PCA in Melbourne – How Serious is it and What’s the Maximum Penalty? There is a maximum penalty of 18 months imprisonment or 180...

What is bail?

Filed under: Drug Offences, Human Trafficking, Weapons, Assault & Battery, Robbery & Theft, Arson, Apprehended Violence Orders, Drink Driving, Speeding, Licence Appeals, Drug Driving, Traffic Matters, Witnesses and Victims, Court Appearances, Anti-Social Laws, Indecent and Sexual Assault, Murder, Sexual Offences, Bail Applications, Criminal Law Matters

What is bail? Bail is often misunderstood and this article will explain the considerations the courts will make when granting bail, and what happens to...

Reckless Conduct Endangering Serious Injury

Filed under: Drink Driving, Licence Appeals, Drug Driving, Traffic Matters, Witnesses and Victims, Resisting Arrest, Anti-Social Laws, Criminal Law Matters

The Maximum Penalty for Reckless Conduct Endangering Serious Injury in Melbourne – How Serious is this Offence? There is a maximum penalty of 5-year imprisonment...

What does a conviction mean in criminal law?

Filed under: Drug Offences, Human Trafficking, Assault & Battery, Apprehended Violence Orders, Drink Driving, Speeding, Licence Appeals, Court Appearances, Anti-Social Laws, Indecent and Sexual Assault, Murder, Traffic Matters, Witnesses and Victims, Drug Driving, Sexual Offences

A common area of inquiry in regards to the area of criminal law is the concept of conviction because a person who has been convicted of a criminal offence...

Dangerous driving laws in Australia

Filed under: Drink Driving, Licence Appeals, Court Appearances, Anti-Social Laws, Traffic Matters, Drug Driving

It’s often said that driving is not a right, but a privilege. If we took a moment and thought about it, when a person is behind a vehicle, they are in...

Drink driving penalties

Filed under: Court Appearances, Anti-Social Laws, Drug Offences, Drink Driving, Speeding, Licence Appeals, Traffic Matters, Drug Driving

No matter where you are in Australia, drink driving is treated as a serious offence and any person who is found to be operating a vehicle in excess of...

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