Drive Whilst Suspended – No Order Made Against Licence

This is a case of Drive Whilst Suspended with no order made against the licence of the accused.

What is alleged to have occured?
Our client was charged with driving whilst his licence was suspended. He had lost his licence for speeding and he needed his licence to get to work.

What happened at court?
We acted on his behalf at the Frankston Magistrates’ Court for the charge of Drive Whilst Suspended.

The client pleaded guilty and submissions were made about how he needed his licence to get to work and how his family depended on him. A letter from his employer was provided to the magistrate.

What was the result?
Her Honour imposed a fine without conviction. No order was made against the client’s licence for the charge of Drive Whilst Suspended.
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