If you’ve been charged with a traffic offence, such as drink, drug or reckless driving, you need talented and compassionate traffic lawyers. Broadmeadows residents choose Nardi Lawyers, due to our consistent reputation for achieving the best possible outcomes.
While you might be thinking of your case as ‘simply a traffic offence,’ the repercussions of such a charge can be very significant. Don’t take the risk, contact Nardi Lawyers to discuss your options.
There are a number of driving infractions which can result in a charge, including:
All of these charges carry the possibility of fines, suspension or loss of licence and mandatory courses. However, with careful consideration and knowledge of the laws surrounding these issues, Nardi Lawyers have a history of successful reduction or even elimination of these penalties.
In cases such as drink or drug driving, where a minimum loss of licence is involved, we have been able to achieve a reduced length of licence loss. This is why engaging traffic lawyers, one Broadmeadows residents trust especially, is vital to the outcome of your case.
Drink driving carries not only minimum mandatory loss of licence (can be extended at discretion of the Magistrate), but also strict conditions on relicencing, such as completing a drink driving course, applying to VicRoads for relicencing and installing an alcohol interlocker device. See our table below for minimum licence cancellation period.
Not unlike drink driving, this charge carries mandatory loss of licence, the length of which will depend on your history and whether or not alcohol was also found in your system. You will also need to apply to the court for relicencing.
This charge does not carry a mandatory loss of licence provision, however, the Magistrate has discretion to suspend your licence. This charge is often relevant where an accident has occurred and it may be laid with other charges. Diversion may be an option with this charge.
This charge also carries mandatory loss of licence provisions, depending on your speed limit.
See our table below for minimum periods of licence loss.
This charge applies to situations where you are driving when your licence has been suspended by either the court, police, VicRoads or the sheriff.
This charge relates to driving where you do not have a licence or permit. It may also apply where you have moved to Victoria from interstate, but have failed to obtain a Victorian licence within 3 months.
If you’ve been charged with drug driving offences in Broadmeadows, Nardi Lawyers are here to help. Our process for developing a defence includes:
We understand that the process of engaging a lawyer can be intimidating, which is why we aim to make your experience as comfortable as possible.
Losing your licence is not only inconvenient, but for those for whom driving is essential to their work, can result in loss of a job. This can have a wide-ranging impact on all areas of your life.
As such, you need the best drink driving defence lawyers in Broadmeadows and surrounds, to ensure the best possible result for your case. For a no-obligations quote and discussion, contact us today.