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DRINK DRIVING

DRINK DRIVING OFFENCES

Drink Driving

Being charged with drink driving is a stressful and scary experience. The consequences have the potential to impact your job and travel plans.

For many people, being charged with drink driving is the first time they have had any involvement with the police and the legal system.

Navigating the court process is often an unfamiliar and daunting task.

At Joshua Blom Lawyers, we know the impact a conviction for drink driving can have on you. We are expert drink driving lawyers which means we know how to best prepare your case and get you the best possible outcome at court. 

Expert Drink Driving Lawyers

We represent our clients in drink driving matters on an almost daily basis and we attend all NSW Courts for the following drink driving offences:

  • SPECIAL RANGE PCA

  • NOVICE RANGE PCA

  • LOW RANGE PCA

  • MID RANGE PCA

  • HIGH RANGE PCA

  • REFUSE/FAIL BREATH TEST

  • REFUSE/FAIL BREATH ANALYSIS

Our in-court experience and background representing hundreds of clients in drink driving matters, means we are ready to guide you through the legal process, and we specialise in getting the best possible results in drink driving matters.

What should I do If I've Been Charged with a drink driving offence?

If you’ve been caught drink driving, it is important you get legal advice now.

Our experienced criminal lawyers will guide you through the process and your first consultation with us is completely free.

Call us on (02) 4800 9011 to speak to our expert PCA lawyers, anytime. 

We offer fixed fees for drink driving matters and have a clear and simple process to help you through this experience.

Drink Driving Penalties

Is Drink Driving A Criminal Offence?

Yes, drink driving is a criminal offence in New South Wales. It is not just a traffic offence. 

Drink driving is a very common and prevalent offence. Magistrates throughout New South Wales will hear tens of drink driving matters a week. Therefore, courts take drink driving offences very seriously. 

Because it is a criminal offence you will have to enter a plea of guilty or not guilty at court. If you plead guilty or are found guilty, the court can convict you. This conviction will appear on your criminal record and it will mean that your licence is disqualified. 

Licence disqualification and often the interlock must be imposed when you are convicted.

You cannot offer to do Community Service or pay a bigger fine to avoid having your licence disqualified. 

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