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Police may immediately suspend and confiscate your licence for the following offences:
The duration of the suspension depends on how fast you were travelling over the speed limit:
Other speeding offences
Being caught for other speeding offences (lower speed than set out above) will usually result in an infringement per the Road Transport Act 2013 (NSW) and will usually mean a fine plus the loss of demerit points.
The law assumes that Speeding cameras and Police or mobile or other radar devises are accurate. If you want to argue that the detector was inaccurate, you would have to show that it was broken or improperly operated. You would need an expert to explain this in court.
Speeding fines can be challenged. You can take the matter to court and ask for the court not to impose a conviction and deal with the matter by way of a section 10 of the Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999 (NSW), in which case you will not lose your demerit points.
National Criminal Lawyers have been successful in defending a number of Speeding charges where the prosecution could not establish each of the elements of Speeding. We have also achieved a number of non-convictions for Speeding charges.
NCL offer the following options for those who have been charged with Speeding;
If you agree that you have committed the offence and the police are able to prove all the elements of the offence, it is best to plead guilty at an early opportunity to receive the maximum discount. Currently the maximum discount available for an early plea of guilty is 25% of the sentence.
Furthermore, the early guilty plea shows the Court that you have remorse and contrition for your actions.
Our Lawyers at National Criminal Lawyers work closely with you to ensure that we obtain all necessary paper work at increasing the chances of obtaining a non-conviction or section 10.
If you decide to plead not guilty you will need to prepare to go to a Defended Hearing.
A defended hearing is where all the witnesses of that case are called to give evidence. The witnesses are both examined by the prosecution and tested by your defence lawyers.
National Criminal Lawyers have defended thousands of people charged with Speeding and are experts at these hearings.
Some of the possible defences available for those charged with Speeding can include;
In NSW, a court can impose any of the following penalties for a Speeding charge.
However, from the 24 September 2018 new penalty’s will be replacing the above. They are as follows:
We are the experts in either beating or having criminal charges withdrawn AND/OR obtaining the least restrictive penalty available. This is because no matter which option you choose within our tailored Options at Law you will be dealing with experienced criminal lawyers who can make sure the evidence is not only obtained properly but also that your case is prepared and presented to the highest best practice standards possible. This is also done without breaking your pocket.
No matter which option at law you choose, National Criminal Lawyers can guarantee that a Senior Defence Lawyer will represent you. This means that with our over 25 years of Combined criminal law experience you will get the best result possible.
At National Criminal Lawyers we know that Criminal Law is a matter of Human Rights. For this reason, we take pride and passion in representing our clients. This pride and passion to assist those charged with an alleged or actual breach of the criminal law is to us a matter of righteous necessity and in that sense, you can always rest assured that National Criminal Lawyers are the best defenders of your rights. This true not only when the police have just simply got it wrong OR if they have got it right then we can speak with you and make sure you get you the best result available.
If you have been charged with any Speeding offence our Team at National Criminal Lawyers are well versed and specialists in having charges either withdrawn and otherwise achieving favourable outcomes.
Please contact our office on 02 9893 1889 or visit www.nationalcriminallawyers.com.au for more information about your options.