Patricia Zeait, Solicitor

Patricia-Zeait_Law Clerk_Go To Court LawyersPatricia holds a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Business and Commerce majoring in Management from Western Sydney University. Patricia also holds a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice from the College of Law. She is admitted as a lawyer of the Supreme Court of New South Wales.

Patricia is passionate about helping others and works tirelessly to ensure the best outcomes are achieved for her clients. Patricia carefully listens to, and attends to the needs of her clients and believes that excellent results are achieved by being thoroughly prepared. Patricia provides efficient and quality representation whilst maintaining a friendly and communicative relationship with her clients.

In her free time, Patricia enjoys travelling, walking her dog and social dancing.

Accreditations & Memberships

  • Member of the Law Society of New South Wales

Success Stories and Publications

No Conviction for Mid-Range Drink Driving

Our solicitor Patricia Zeait represented a 47-year-old female at Campbelltown Local Court in relation to a charge of Drive with Mid-Range PCA.

Our client was not a regular drinker and had no prior offences of this nature. Our client had consumed two large homemade vodka pineapples whilst she was in a heated argument with her teenage daughter. Her daughter left their home in a fury. After some time had passed, our client became worried for her daughter’s safety and decided to drive a short distance in an attempt to locate her daughter. On her way she was pulled over by Police for a random breath test and returned a reading of 0.100. Our client’s licence was then suspended on the spot by Police.

Our representation resulted in the Court dismissing this charge without a conviction being recorded against our client. This also meant that our client’s immediate licence suspension was removed and she was spared having her licence disqualified for at least 6 months.

That result was achieved by Patricia’s determination to understand our client’s case fully.  Patricia focussed her submissions on our client’s favourable record, her lapse in judgment considering the stressful circumstances she faced and her need for a licence for work and personal commitments.

This case illustrates the importance of quality representation and the value of a solicitor like Patricia who will ensure she understands your circumstances in full so that she is able to develop the best strategy for your case.

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