Our traffic lawyers in Wollongong can provide legal help for any kind of driving offence. It’s a good idea to deal with traffic offences promptly, even charges you think may be only minor. This will help to protect your licence and driving record.
In some cases, you may face a combination of charges, which can be quite complex. You’ll require legal representation in court to contest charges and mount a successful defence.
Our criminal lawyers are experts in all aspects of criminal law. We can assist you with:
• Court representation in your defence
• Legal representation for licensing matters
• Legal advice relating to licences
• DUI offences
• Parking offences and other traffic infringements
• Claims against you for property damage or other civil matters arising from motor vehicle accidents
• Licence disqualifications and licensing appeals
• Suspended licences
We’re your Wollongong lawyers for all types of traffic offences. Whether you need help with a parking fine or legal representation for serious traffic charges, we’re here to help.
Please be aware that any traffic offence may contribute to losing your licence. Even a few extra demerit points can result in suspension of your licence. The cumulative loss of demerit points for multiple incidents, in particular, can be a deciding and unexpected factor in a loss of licence. If you drive as part of your employment, traffic offences may impact upon your employment.
We recommend that you retain legal representation to present your case in court. The criminal lawyers at DGB Lawyers will ensure that your case is presented to protect your interests and achieve the best outcomes possible.
We’re just a phone call away when you need legal help for traffic offences. Call our Oak Flats and Wollongong lawyers and speak directly to our legal experts about your case. If you prefer, you can contact us online. We’ll respond to your enquiry promptly.
Client needs to know there are quite a few obvious typos on the site.
• Brief requires examples regarding criminal offenses and penalties for pages 1-4. 350 words is inadequate to provide much more than an overview. A general overview that indicates the potential severity of offences and charges has been referenced.
• Similarly, there’s not really enough room for FAQs – but some situations/questions have been addressed throughout the copy.
• It’s not appropriate for the client’s website to specify “what the police and prosecution must prove”. Proof is determined by a judge. A jury may only be involved in some cases, and juries are guided by judges regarding requirements for proof of the prosecution case according to case issues. Omitted.