Motor Vehicle Offences: Exceed PCA, Drive Disqualified
Our client was charged with drink driving and exceed PCA. This is the client’s 2nd offence for drink driving and the client has a prior for failing to stop at a scene of accident. Circumstances of the offence involved a fatal collision with a pedestrian. The Police did not allege the client as culpable for the accident. Pedestrian negligence was attributed as the cause for collision.
The client was facing charges of:
- Exceed PCA
- Drive disqualified
For the 2nd offence of drink driving (within 3 months of first), placed on a Community Based Order for 12 months, to perform 75 hours unpaid community work, further ordered to attend for counselling for alcohol usage.
For offence of drive whilst license disqualified, fined $1000 with a stay of 6 months.
He is an experienced criminal law solicitor and works hard to achieve the best possible outcomes for his clients. Shaun handles indictable and summary criminal offences and is an expert at criminal defence for both contested and non-contested cases.
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