Join Drug Alcohol & Traffic Lawyer Andrew Wiseman at Wynnum Magistrates Court. Andrew represents a client facing a Queensland Transport High Speed licence suspension as a consequence of having exceeded the speed limit by more than 40 kilometres per hour. Watch as he explains Queensland Special Hardship Licence laws and procedures, as well as the Special Hardship Order which he achieved, and how he did it.
Andrew Wiseman represents a client applying for a Special Hardship Licence at Wynnum Magistrates Court on Tuesday 17 October 2017. Andrew’s client had their licence High Speed suspended. The client was eligible to apply for a Special Hardship Order and Andrew was engaged to do so. Watch Andrew explain how he obtained for his client a Special Hardship Licence.
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Andrew represents clients at all Queensland courts, namely Alpha Atherton Aurukun Ayr Badu Island Bamaga Barcaldine Beaudesert Beenleigh Biloela Birdsville Blackall Blackwater Boigul Island Boulia Bowen Brisbane Bundaberg Burketown Caboolture Cairns Caloundra Camooweal Charleville Charters Towers Cherbourg Childers Chinchilla Clermont Cleveland Cloncurry Coen Cooktown Coolangatta Cunnamulla Dajarra Dalby Darnley Island Doomadgee Duaringa Emerald Gatton Gayndah Georgetown Gladstone Goondiwindi Gympie Hervey Bay Holland Park Hughenden Ingham Inglewood Innisfail Ipswich Julia Creek Kingaroy Kowanyama Landsborough Lockhart River Longreach Mabuiag Island Mackay Mareeba Maroochydore Maryborough Mer Island Millmerran Mitchell Moa Island Monto Moranbah Mornington Island Mossman Mount Garnet Mount Isa Murgon Nambour Nanango Noosa Normanton Oakey Palm Island Pine Rivers Pittsworth Pormpuraaw Proserpine Quilpie Redcliffe Richlands Richmond Rockhampton Roma Sabai Island Sandgate Sarina Southport Springsure Stanthorpe St George Tambo Taroom Thursday Island Toogoolawah Toowoomba Townsville Tully Warraber Island Warwick Weipa Winton Woorabinda Wynnum Yam Island Yarrabah Yeppoon Yorke Island.
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Queenslanders charged with DUI Drink Driving, Drug Driving or Fail To Provide Specimen face a maximum penalty of a lifetime driver’s licence disqualification, 9 months imprisonment and 28 penalty units. Persons charged with Careless Driving (Drive Without Due Care & Attention) face a maximum penalty of a lifetime driver’s licence disqualification, 6 months imprisonment and 40 penalty units. Queenslanders charged with Dangerous Driving, which is a Criminal offence, face a maximum penalty, depending upon the circumstances of aggravation, of 5 years imprisonment, 200 penalty units and a lifetime driver’s licence disqualification. Persons charged with Disqualified Driving face a maximum penalty of a lifetime driver’s licence disqualification, 12 months imprisonment and 40 penalty units. Queenslanders charged with Evade Police a maximum penalty of 3 years imprisonment, 200 penalty units and a lifetime licence disqualification. Persons charged with Repeat DUI Drink Driving, Repeat Drug Driving, Repeat Fail To Provide Specimen, or a Repeat combination of these offences, face a maximum penalty of a lifetime driver’s licence disqualification, 18 months imprisonment and 60 penalty units. A penalty unit in Queensland is currently worth $113.85. In addition to the above penalties, anyone who pleads or is found guilty in the Magistrates Court must pay the Offender Levy, which is presently worth $110.90. Magistrates have a general power to impose up to a lifetime driver’s licence disqualification, above and beyond any legislated disqualification ranges. Wiseman Lawyers specialise in DUI Drink Driving, Drug Driving, Careless & Dangerous Driving, Evade Police and Drug, Alcohol & Traffic offences.