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Our client was involved in a motor vehicle accident on the Pacific Highway on a Monday Morning. He was driving a truck and it was alleged he hit the car travelling in front of him. The car in front lost control of his vehicle and narrowly missed a rock wall on the side of the highway. Both vehicles were damaged in this accident. At the time, our client had a good behaviour condition licence due to his driving record. Following the incident on the Pacific Highway, our client was charged under Section 117(1) (c) of the Road Transport Act 2013 for Negligent Driving (no death or grievous bodily harm). At Hornsby Local Court received a fine and his licence was suspended for 6 months. Our client had a young family and his wife did not have a driving licence so it was vital he was able to continue driving. Wisely, he contacted Oxford Lawyers and retained Zahir Zakaria, Criminal Defence Lawyer. Mr Zakaria appeal the decision to the District Court and put forward a strong case in the appeal. He argued that our client was not guilty. Mr Zakaria submitted that were inconsistencies with the evidence and that the court would have a doubt about the accident. The Judge was persuaded by the submissions and our client’s conviction was quashed. Our client was very pleased with the result as he would have struggled without his licence. He was able to continue driving and supporting his young family without the stress of a conviction.
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