Exceed PCA Charges – Fine, Minimum License Suspension

minimum license suspension for drink drivingOur client was caught drink driving and had a reading of 0.127. This was a case of a second offence committed within 10 years.

Doogue + George represented the client at the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court for the following charges:

The client was sentenced to a fine of $500 plus statutory costs and the client was allowed to pay at least in instalments every month. The minimum license suspension period was also imposed (24 months).

 


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