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Kingston Traffic Lawyers: Experienced and Reliable Representation
Our Kingston traffic lawyers draw on decades of combined experience, delivering great results for our clients.
The tailored approach our Kingston lawyers use means strong representation and good advice for you. We know from experience that a lawyer can make all the difference between a conviction and a dismissal of a charge for a first time offence.
Go To Court’s Legal Hotline can match you with the right traffic lawyer in Kingston
Here at Go To Court we are committed to ensuring you have access to great legal advice at a time when you need it. We know and understand that legal problems do not wait until business hours which we why we make ourselves available through our Legal Hotline.
The Go To Court Lawyers Legal Hotline is operated from 7am to midnight, seven days a week. We staff real, experienced and passionate lawyers to take your calls.
You can rely on our Hotline Lawyers to listen to your story and provide tailored information. They will guide you through your legal questions and help you decide on the next steps.
If you require it, our Hotline solicitors can arrange an appropriately experienced and skilful traffic lawyer who is local in Kingston. We often arrange lawyers on short notice but the sooner you get advice, the more likely your case can be successful.
Our Kingston traffic lawyers help our clients every day
The depth and breadth of our lawyers’ experience in traffic law in Kingston means your case is in capable hands. Drawing from a team with decades of combined experience, no case is too complicate or out-of-the-box.
Here are the most common traffic law issues our Kingston lawyers help our clients with:
Driving without a licence
We receive numerous calls from clients looking for advice about unlicensed driving, diving whilst disqualified, and driving whilst suspended. If you are a first-time offender of unlicensed driving, police can choose to fine you and issue an infringement notice, rather than issuing harsher penalties.
Our Kingston traffic lawyers are experienced with liaising with police. They often get charges dropped and fines reduced for our clients.
Police can also choose to charge you with a criminal offence, requiring you to go to court. Our traffic law team regularly appear for our clients in the Queensland Magistrates Court, alleviating their stress (and penalties). They also get great outcomes by providing strong and passionate representation.
Being pulled over by Queensland police
Failing to comply with a lawful police direction carries a maximum fine of $20,000 (at the time of writing) or prison for three years. A lawful police direction includes being pulled over for a breath or swab test, questioning or for a search.
Maximum penalties do not apply to all cases. However, without adequate legal representation and a lawyer with the know-how, they can be a harsh reality.
Go To Court’s traffic law team in Kingston are committed to your defence. If you believe you have been unlawfully pulled over by police or if you are facing a charge for not complying, we can help.
Our Kingston traffic lawyers are experienced in corresponding with police, convincing them to drop charges. Our lawyers also regularly attend the Queensland Magistrates Court on our clients’ behalf. Often, getting great results.
Speak with a traffic lawyer in Kingston today
There is no need to keep wondering what the difference might be. Our lawyers are upfront and honest, and will provide you with the advice you need. At an affordable rate.
Looking for more traffic law information?
We have a plethora of legal articles that are written and edited by lawyers. These help you find the information you are looking for, before deciding if you need to speak with a lawyer.
Some of our most popular traffic law articles include:
- What to do if you are involved in a traffic accident in Queensland
- Common charges resulting from a traffic accident in Queensland
- Information about serious traffic offences, such as causing death or serious injury
- Information about demerit points in Queensland