Driving Case Studies

Real driving cases. Real results.

As driving lawyers, we have represented a number of clients charged with driving offences.

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Read our latest driving case studies

Reducing Dangerous Driving Causing Serious Injury to Careless Driving

This is a case study on reducing Dangerous Driving Causing Serious Injury to Careless Driving. Following our client’s interview and the investigation, he was charged with Dangerous Driving Causing Serious Injury. At the time of the alleged offence, the client had no relevant criminal history and was 51 years old …
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Pleading Guilty to Dangerous Driving

This is a case study on pleading guilty to Dangerous Driving. Our client was aged 61 at the time of the alleged offending and had no relevant prior court history. What is alleged to have occured? The incident occurred during the client’s employment as a bus driver wherein it was …
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Exceed Speed Limit – 50km/h Above the Limit

This is a case study on Exceed Speed Limit at 50/h above the limit. Our client had been charged with driving 148km/h in a 100-zone. If you get caught going this quickly, you’re looking at a mandatory minimum license suspension of 12 months. Unfortunately the law in this area is …
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Withdrawing a Charge of Driving Without Headlights

This is a case study on withdrawing a charge of Driving Without Headlights. What is alleged to have occured? Our client was a taxi driver who had previously elected to take the 1 x point option on his licence after accruing a number of demerit points over time. On the …
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Drive Whilst Disqualified – Fine, No Licence Disqualification

This is a case study on a charge of Drive Whilst Disqualified resulting in a fine with no licence disqualification. Our client was charged with two counts of Driving Whilst Disqualified against section 30 of the Road Safety Act 1986 (Vic). The offences were committed less than two months apart …
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