- Driving Under the Influence
- Exceed Prescribed Concentration of Alcohol 49(1)(b)
- Exceed Prescribed Concentration of Alcohol 49(1)(f)
She was found to have a blood alcohol concentration of 0.2%. Part of the allegations against her include that she was driving with her son in the car and that she nearly missed a telephone pole due to erratic driving. The other non-drink driving charges filed against her were Reckless Conduct Endangering Serious Injury and Dangerous Driving.
She pleaded guilty to both Exceed PCA and Reckless Conduct Endangering Serious Injury charges. We acted on her behalf at the Heidelberg Magistrates’ Court.
It was also highlighted that our client had no history of any criminal offending.
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