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      Licence Appeal Allowed at Parramatta Local Court

      Astor Legal recently appeared at Parramatta Local Court for a 19-year-old man who was facing a 3 month suspension for exceeding his demerit points.

      Our client had committed a speeding over 45km/hr offence for which he had served a 6 month police suspension.

      At the time he was still only a P1 licence holder and as such the offence took him over his demerit points as well.

      At Court the Magistrate dismissed a number of similar licence appeals for people with far less serious offences.

      Despite this, we were able to persuade the Magistrate that he had a strong need for a licence and had significant responsibilities which he required his licence for.

      These included his attendance at TAFE and his employment as an apprentice electrician.

      In the result, the Magistrate allowed the appeal completely.

      This means that our client faces no suspension at all and can continue to drive.

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