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Driving While Exceeding the Prescribed Concentration of Alcohol (section 49.1.b)

Filed under: Drink Driving, Drink Driving, Criminal Law

This charge is made against a person who is found driving a motor vehicle while having too much alcohol in their system. Alcohol affects people differently...

Breach Alcohol Interlock Condition

Filed under: Drink Driving

If you get your licence back after being found guilty of a drink-driving offence, you will need to pay for an alcohol interlock device to be installed...

Drink Driving Charge, Fines Lawyers Melbourne

Filed under: Drink Driving, Traffic Matters, Drink Driving

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Drink Driving Offences- Penalties Melbourne

Filed under: Drink Driving, Drink Driving, Traffic Matters

When you consider that 25% of people involved in a motor vehicle fatality have over .05% alcohol in their system, it is not difficult to see why the Victorian...

Sydney Criminal Lawyers

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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...


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