Client Charge with Mid-Range Drink Driving Avoids Conviction, Avoids Fine and Even Avoids Automatic Disqualification

Client Charge with Mid-Range Drink Driving Avoids Conviction, Avoids Fine and Even Avoids Automatic Disqualification

A breath test result of 0.125, over double the legal limit, could have sent our client to prison. Instead, he came out of court without a conviction, without a fine, and without a disqualification.

Late on Wednesday night, our client was stopped by police for a Random Breath Test. Unfortunately for him; he couldn’t remember how much he had drank and blew a result of 0.125, landing him in the upper end of mid-range drink driving.

Under the Road Transport Act section 110 (4) (a) our client was automatically disqualified from driving  for 12 months and could have faced up to 9 months imprisonment as well as a fine of upto $2,200.

However, after consulting with Oxford Lawyer, Mr Zemarai Khatiz appeared on behalf of our client at Parramatta Local Court and used a combination of factors in his submissions in order to persuade the Magistrate to take an extremely lenient course.

Mr Khatiz’s years of experience was fully on display, and the magistrate was convinced that our client had significant prospects for the future and gave him a chance and did not record a conviction.

This meant that our client not only avoided a criminal conviction, but also avoided a heavy fine, an automatic disqualification and most importantly avoided prison. Our client was extremely happy with this outstanding result as it allowed him to continue living his life with no extensive punishment.

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

Call us on 0478 821 383.

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