Client Caught Driving Whilst Suspended, Avoids Any Conviction

Client Caught Driving Whilst Suspended, Avoids Any ConvictionUnaware that his licence had been suspended, our client was in serious trouble when he was pulled over.

He was initially stopped for the purposes of a random breath test, which came back negative. However, upon a check of his driving history, the police found that he had lost up to 32 demerit points in the space of a year and was already in breach of his good behaviour licence.

Our client was then charged with section 54(3) (a) of the Road Transport Act 2013 (NSW). They faced a fine of up to $1100 and a licence disqualification. These heavy penalties could have a detrimental effect on an individual’s life.

Our Client reached out to Oxford Lawyers at once and was referred to Mr Zahir Zakaria, Criminal Defence Lawyer.  Mr Zakaria and his team worked tirelessly in order to prepare the submissions to prove that our client had no criminal intent and was under the honest believe that he was eligible to drive

Due to the considerable efforts of Mr Zakaria our client received an 18 month good behaviour bond. This result ensured that our client was able to retain his licence without a criminal conviction or fine.

Our client was able to resume their daily duties and follow through with commitments made to their family. This was the best possible outcome which resulted in a very satisfied client.

If you want to reach the best resolution, you’ll want Oxford Lawyers on the job. For immediate assistance, please contact the Oxford Lawyers team.

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