DEMERIT POINTS & high-speed offences

If you accumulate too many demerit points or are convicted of a high-speed offence (more than 40 km/h over the speed limit) your licence will be suspended.  After accumulating 12 or more demerit points, a driver is given the option of either having their licence suspended for 6 months or entering a Good Driver Behaviour period for a period of 12 months.  Under a Good Driver Behaviour order the driver is allowed only 1 demerit point and if they accumulate more than 1 point during that period, their licence will be suspended.

 

To discuss your demerit point or high-speed driving case, contact us here.

If you are looking for a lawyer who will provide you with personal attention and formidable representation, then Rawlings Criminal Law is here for you.

 

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If you are looking for a lawyer who will provide you with personal attention and formidable representation, then Rawlings Criminal Law is here for you.

 

Book your initial free consultation and let’s get your problem sorted.