An accusation of furious or reckless driving could have an enormous impact on your life. That’s why Repute Law makes it easy to access furious or Reckless Driving Lawyers who can help you navigate the process and ensure a robust defence.
Our Senior Lawyers have extensive and long-standing experience representing clients charged with furious and reckless driving offences. With a history of great results in numerous cases of differing severity, we are well-positioned to get you the best possible outcome.
Drawing on our experience and expertise to devise the best legal strategy, we can work alongside you to build a defence for:
Contact our legal hotline at 1800 888 228 to begin a defence for your furious or reckless driving case.
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 an assault, you know we will look after you in every way possible, both legally and financially.
A conviction for a furious or reckless driving offence can lead to a criminal record and significant fines, not to mention a possible term of imprisonment and extensive loss of licence.
It is essential to seek specialist legal representation as early as possible to avoid significant penalties and to stay on the road. Repute Law stands ready to support your next steps with Senior Reckless Driving Lawyers and experienced Case Concierges™, who are also lawyers.
Repute Law can and will make a difference to your outcome. You can contact us today at 1800 888 228 to connect with a Senior Criminal Defence Lawyer for your case.
If it is your first offence you can receive a prison sentence of up to nine months and an automatic driving disqualification of three years. For a second offence you can receive up to two years imprisonment and five years off the road. The Court does have a discretion to reduce this period in appropriate cases. Such penalties can mean the loss of your job and significant family hardship.
Many of us rely on driving licences for work, recreation or simply going about our daily lives. The ability to drive is essential to you — which means losing your licence to reckless driving can be devastating.
Being charged with a reckless or furious driving offence can be a very upsetting and overwhelming experience. Thankfully, you don’t need to navigate this experience alone; the professionals at Repute Law are here to help.
Our law firm is based on the belief that everyone has the right to high-quality legal representation. After all, the quality of your driving offence lawyer may significantly impact the outcome of your case. That is why one of our Senior Reckless Driving Lawyers can guide and advise you every step of the way.
We also provide fixed fee rates for our legal advice and support. Not only does this ensure you are not overpaying, but it also safeguards your budget and peace of mind.
Reach out to our legal outline at 1800 888 228 to connect with a Case Concierge™, who is also a lawyer. We would happily walk you through your driving charge and begin a defence immediately.
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.
If your reckless or furious driving case goes to Court, you need a team of professionals — including Senior Lawyers — to provide support for your case. Repute Law can help you get Court Ready™ with a winning team of professionals dedicated to getting you the best possible outcome.
First, we connect you with a Case Concierge™, a qualified lawyer, who will do a case assessment. Then, you are connected with a Senior Reckless Driving Lawyer who can maximise your defence and get you the best possible outcome on furious and reckless driving cases.
It’s worth noting the difference between the two charges:
Contact Repute Law today to begin working on your case.
Furious driving is driving in a manner or at a speed that endangers others on the road. Reckless driving, on the other hand, refers to motor vehicle operation that causes a serious risk of injury rather than life endangerment. Remember that you may receive a furious driving charge even if no other vehicles were on the road when the offence occurred.
Getting robust legal defence is crucial in the early days of a furious or reckless driving charge. Failing to address your case with a Senior Reckless Driving Lawyer may result in steep penalties and possible jail time. Partnering with the team at Repute Law can help lower your risk of penalty or conviction.
Dangerous driving involves driving at a speed or in a manner that poses a real, not hypothetical, danger to the public. If you are convicted, it will be noted on your criminal record, and your licence will be disqualified.
Medical emergencies are among the most common defences for furious or reckless driving. Your Senior Lawyer can discuss your situation and determine if this or some other defence may be available. With our lawyers having done over 30,000 cases, we have the experience to determine whether you have a viable defence.
Any furious or reckless driving offence needs to be taken seriously, given available penalties include imprisonment and loss of licence. Work should commence on your case early, and steps should be implemented to protect your position and get you the best possible outcome. Our Senior Reckless Driving Lawyers and Case Concierges™ — who are also lawyers — will direct you in the right way.
First offenders in reckless driving may receive a maximum penalty of nine months in prison and/or a fine of $2,200. Second offenders face 12 months’ imprisonment and/or a maximum fine of up to $3,300. In addition, upon conviction, there is a mandatory disqualification of your licence, with a minimum disqualification for a first offence of 12 months and subsequent offence of two years. In appropriate cases, a conviction and loss of licence may be avoided, so contact a Senior Lawyer at Repute Law today.
For furious or reckless driving, the prosecution must prove beyond reasonable doubt that you drove a motor vehicle on a road and drove it furiously, recklessly, at a high speed or in a way dangerous to the public. Our Senior Criminal Defence Lawyers have many years of experience and can advise you on whether or not you have a viable defence.
The Court will consider all matters, including how serious your case is and also your personal circumstances and criminal history. The Court must also take into account the plea of guilty, which entitles you up to a 25% discount on sentence. This is an important consideration, as a guilty plea can lead to a different or more lenient penalty — so you need to speak to a Senior Lawyer at Repute Law today.
Repute Law’s Senior Defence Lawyers have decades of experience helping Australians fight for their rights in Court. With our fixed fee rates, Courtroom Senior Lawyers and legally qualified Case Concierges™, you can trust our team to build a robust defence for your reckless or furious driving charge.