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      No Conviction for Breach of Good Behaviour Licence

      Recently Astor Legal appeared at Bankstown Local Court in relation to a client who had breached a good behaviour licence. Our client had a terrible driving history that was littered with over 50 speeding offences.

      Indeed, he had breached the good behaviour licence by committing a further speeding offence. He came to us concerned that a loss of licence would mean that he could no longer work or take care of his autistic son.

      We immediately got to work by obtaining evidence of our client’s need for a licence. We obtained a reference from his employer explaining that he needed to travel to various sites throughout the day. We also obtained significant evidence of his son’s autism and need to attend various medical appointments.

      Our client also enrolled in a Traffic Offender Program where he was able to demonstrate that he had appreciated the dangers of speeding and had corrected his driving behaviour. We appeared at Bankstown Local Court on his behalf and made detailed submissions before the presiding magistrate.

      Despite our client’s lengthy traffic record, His Honour was persuaded to deal with the offence by way of a conditional release order without conviction. This means that our client remains on the good behaviour licence and does not face any suspension.

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