Exceed PCA – 49 (1)(b), Exceed PCA 49(1)(f)

The client had received a phone call that his elderly mother had a fall. He had drunk two VB stubbies prior to the call and was intercepted at a random breath test station. This was his 4th drink drive offence and he received a suspended gaol term in 2006.

We represented the client at the Broadmeadows Magistrates’ Court for the charges of:

The client was convicted and fined. A very good outcome for the client, as this was client’s 4th .05 offence and had been given a gaol term on his last court appearance.


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