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    Driving Whilst Unlicenced: “Sir/Ma’am, Licence & Registration Please”

    Criminal Lawyers

    There are many reasons your licence may become suspended.

    For example, the accumulation of too many demerit points, drink driving or drug driving.

    In recent weeks, there have been a number of incidents involving persons driving whilst unlicenced.

    In 1 case, a driver who was driving whilst unlicenced, and also 5 times over the alcohol limit, ran a red light and ended up airborne at Boronia Heights.

    The vehicle then continued on to crash into a fuel bowser.

    Luckily no-one suffered major injuries.

    In another case, a man was travelling at over 100km/h in Woodridge and crashed into 3 vehicles that were outside a primary school – at the school’s pickup time of 3pm.

    It was a miracle there were no serious injuries to any children, parents and the driver of the vehicle.

    Needless to say, the driver was charged with multiple offences, including driving whilst unlicenced.

    How We Can Help

    Quinn & Scattini Lawyers’ experienced traffic lawyers have represented countless clients charged with traffic charges, including driving whilst unlicensed, drink driving, speeding, drug driving and hooning.

    Our team of lawyers are experts in their field and go above-and-beyond to deliver the best result, each and every time. We are proud to provide 5 star customer service to our clients.

    As one of our clients said “Invest in the best – Q&S“.

    Contact Us

    Get the best representation. Contact Quinn & Scattini Lawyers’ experienced traffic lawyers on 1800 999 529, email or submit an enquiry below.

    We are available to meet with you at any of our local offices (Brisbane, Gold Coast, Beenleigh, Cleveland and Jimboomba) or by telephone or video-conference.

    This article is for your information and interest only. It is not intended to be comprehensive, and it does not constitute and must not be relied on as legal advice. You must seek specific advice tailored to your circumstances.

    Traffic Law

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