The Senior Dangerous Driving Lawyers of Repute Law have decades of combined experience representing clients charged with dangerous driving offences. Our lawyers can provide legal advice and representation on a range of driving offence charges and have successfully defended hundreds of motorists accused of dangerous driving.
Our Senior Dangerous Driving Lawyers have experience in the full gamut of driving offences, including:
Engage a team to defend you in a Court of law with confident and experienced legal representation. Contact Repute Law today to learn more about our approach to dangerous driving defences.
Typically, traditional law firms have expensive offices, layer upon layer of partners and associates, not to mention company cars and lots of long lunches. Guess who pays for all of that? Yes, you do—the client. At Repute Law, we think this approach is just plain wrong, so we take an entirely new approach. We truly value our clients, and we keep all our company expenditures as low as possible so that your money is spent on what it needs to be spent on—the best Senior Criminal Defence Lawyer and legal advice to get you the best outcome. If you have been charged with a dangerous driving offence, you know we will look after you in every way possible, both legally and financially.
There are several dangerous driving offences, each carrying differing penalties to reflect the seriousness of the offence. Serious outcomes, including imprisonment and licence loss, can be applied, which would cause much disruption to your life.
If you are accused, under investigation or have been charged with a dangerous driving offence, you need a Senior Dangerous Driving Lawyer to provide immediate advice and representation. The sooner you engage a specialist lawyer to work on your behalf, the sooner they can build a strong case for you.
Dangerous driving is one of the more serious driving offences a driver can commit. You can be sent to prison and disqualified from driving. You may also face heavy financial penalties if convicted.
If you have received a dangerous driving charge and aren’t sure what to do next, you can start by calling Repute Law’s legal hotline at 1800 888 228. We offer top-notch legal support at fixed fee rates, so you can rest easy knowing our experts are on your side.
We strongly believe in road safety and understand that accidents can happen. Just because you’ve been charged with an offence doesn’t mean you’ll be convicted. As specialist dangerous driving lawyers, we use our experience and expertise to give our clients the best possible representation.
Our firm was founded on the belief that everyone is entitled to high-quality legal representation regardless of wealth or background. That is why with Repute Law, you’ll always be represented by an experienced Senior Criminal Defence Lawyers from the opening of the case until the most positive outcome has been achieved.
We also believe in offering a fixed fee service, so there is certainty in the cost of the legal work we provide for you and transparency—no unexpected hidden fees or bias costs based on your occupation or postcode. As our Senior Criminal Defence Lawyers work remotely, you will not be paying for an expensive office or unnecessary overheads.
We go above and beyond to ensure you will get the care and attention you deserve. As well as always being assigned a Senior Criminal Defence Lawyers, never a junior lawyer, every Repute Law client is supported by their designated Case Concierge, which is unique to Repute Law. The Case Concierge will monitor your case giving you regular updates by phone, text and email, so you’re never left in the dark, wondering what is happening. The Case Concierge will also regularly check in with you to make sure you are kept up to date with everything.
Dangerous driving charges are serious and may put a permanent mark on your record. That’s why you need to put the best possible team on your case — including the Senior Dangerous Driving Lawyers from Repute Law.
Our Senior Lawyers have years of experience representing Australians across the country. We can represent you against any of the following charges:
Don’t leave the outcome of your dangerous driving case up to chance. Instead, combine forces with Repute Law’s Senior Dangerous Driving Lawyers so you can defend your rights and liberties.
You may contact us at 1800 888 228 for support at fixed fee rates.
Dangerous driving means driving without the due care and attention reasonably expected of a driver. It can put you, other drivers, and the public at risk, potentially resulting in serious injury or death. You can rely on the team at Repute Law to get immediate legal assistance.
Anyone accused of dangerous driving needs to obtain immediate legal advice. Before giving any statements or making any comment to the police, we strongly recommend contacting the Repute Law team. We can assign a Senior Dangerous Driving Defence Lawyer to your case immediately.
The key difference between negligent and dangerous driving is that a person can be negligent without being under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Negligent driving refers to a failure to exercise caution or care while driving.
The most common examples of negligent driving are when inattention causes an accident, or a driver has failed to comply with the road rules.
Reckless driving in NSW refers to situations where you drive in a manner that creates an ‘obvious and serious risk of causing physical injury to any other road user or substantial damage to property.
At the outset, it must be proved that you were the driver. If that can be established, it can be argued that your driving posed no potential danger, that you drove as an automaton, drove under duress or for necessity.
A medical emergency may be a potential defence against a dangerous driving charge on the basis of necessity. Please contact Repute Law today to start building your defence.
Any dangerous driving offence is serious, with a maximum of up to 10 years in prison. Aggravated serious driving has a 14-year maximum; you can also expect to be disqualified from driving for a significant time. You may contact Repute Law’s hotline during our business hours to discuss the seriousness of your specific charge.
Several offences fall under the category of dangerous driving with each carrying different penalties to reflect the seriousness of that offence. Committing any of these offences can result in severe penalties, ranging from licence disqualification to imprisonment. The guideline judgement in R v Whyte (2002) 55 NSWLR provides guidance on sentencing those charged with dangerous driving.
The police must prove you were the driver of a motor vehicle, involved in an impact causing death or grievous bodily harm to another person and you were under the influence of alcohol or a drug, or you were driving at dangerous speed or in a dangerous manner.
You should never plead guilty without first obtaining legal advice. There may be some issue with the police case, which means they could never have proved it. It may also be that whilst you accept guilt, you don’t accept how the police outline the facts of the case (what actually happened).
How the police outline the case can impact heavily on your sentence, so this needs to be reviewed and negotiated carefully. In an appropriate case, your Senior Defence Lawyer will advise you of the benefit of pleading guilty, including up to a 25% discount on the penalty, which is significant. Before pleading guilty, you should contact the Repute Law team to discuss your case’s factors.
Our Senior Dangerous Driving Defence Lawyers are experienced professionals with years in the field who are passionate about the law and giving exceptional service to our clients. Our results speak for themselves. Call today to take advantage of obtaining a Repute Law Senior Lawyer for your case, along with a Case Concierge and our fixed fee rates.