Speeding offences can attract punishments that range from the suspension of your drivers’ licence, to imprisonment, and depending on the speeds involved and the circumstances, the punishment can be significant. If you have been caught driving at a speed that the law considers dangerous to the public, you can potentially serve time in prison. Although, the mere suspension of your licence can also cause personal or professional hardship. If you have been caught speeding and want to know what options are available, you can find a lawyer on the FindLaw Directory who will be able to help no matter where you are in Australia.
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Date: 30 Jul 2014, Filed under: Speeding, Licence Appeals, Traffic Matters, Speeding, Traffic Matters
Dangerous Driving, Careless Driving, Improper Use (careless driving)
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Sydney Criminal Lawyers is one of the leading criminal law firms and practise criminal and driving cases exclusively. Specialising in criminal law means...