• Negligent Driving

    Negligent, furious driving or speeding in a dangerous manner is a common charge before NSW courts. If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident where someone was hurt due to your negligence, you could be charged with an offence.
    A likely penalty for this type of offence is a fine. However, if someone is seriously injured or has died then you could face a more serious charge. If this is the case, you could be charged with an automatic 3 year licence disqualification or a reduction to 12 months in some cases if you have the help of legal representation, such as Talty Law. Call us today and see how we can help you.

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  • Drink/Driving Offences

    There are limited defences to DUI and in most cases, you or your legal representation will have to explain to the court why you made a mistake of DUI. Talty Law is able to help you argue you the varying reasons why you desire to maintain a valid licence and give guidance about what should be included in your character references.

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    There is possibility that the court will allow a dismissal of your charge without a criminal conviction, fine or disqualification period being imposed under a Section 10.
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