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There are two types of drink driving charges in New South Wales – PCA and DUI.
If you are charged with drug or prescribed restricted substance offences you could be facing very heavy penalties.
Negligent driving is one of the most common traffic offences and usually arises from police pulling you over.
There are more speed, red light and safety cameras on the road than ever before.
If you are caught driving without a licence or without the correct licence you can face heavy fines, lengthy periods of disqualification and even imprisonment.
In 2010 parliament created a new offence for police pursuits, making it an offence to drive recklessly.
Nobody likes receiving a parking ticket. A large number of parking tickets are regularly waived or dismissed at court if you have a strong defence.
If you have received a court attendance notice or infringement for a heavy vehicle offence it can result in large fines and significant loss of demerit points.
Your licence can be suspended by either the police or the RMS. The effect of a licence suspension can be devastating.
Many people are unaware of their legal rights and entitlements when it comes to motor vehicle accidents.