The Brisbane Drink Driving Lawyer team got a difficult DUI Drink Driving Work Licence application over the line today at Beenleigh Magistrates Court recently.
The client was charged was mid-range drink driving, with a reading of 0.109, as well as obstruct police and fail to supply specimen of breath (road side).
The fail to supply (road side) charge has no mandatory minimum licence disqualification, as opposed to failing to supply at the station, which carries a mandatory minimum 6 months licence disqualification.
Our job was to push for a fine only for the fail to supply charge and to get the DUI Work Licence application granted, with favourable conditions.
The Magistrate on the day had concerns regarding the ‘fit and proper person’ criteria, due to there being some previous criminal history and due to the nature of the other charges.
We spoke at length in court and relied on relevant case law.
Ultimately, we were successful in persuading the Magistrate that our client was a fit and proper person, and he was granted a Drink Driving Work Licence.
If you have concerns about your work licence application, or you think there may be issues with the ‘fit and proper person’ criteria, please contact us immediately.
With our experience with traffic law, we were able to achieve a great outcome.
If you need help with a Drug Driving, DUI Drink Driving or other traffic offence charge in Brisbane or Queensland call the Brisbane Drink Driving Lawyer team today on 1300090210 or click here to submit an online enquiry.