We provide our clients with straightforward, well-considered and practical legal advice when it comes to managing traffic infringement proceedings to deliver the best outcome in the circumstances.
If you are charged by police with a traffic offence, it is important that you understand the charges, and their potential consequences.
The law relating to traffic offences is often complex, and it is important to get clear and concise legal advice regarding your liability, your likely penalty, and other ramifications.
Some minor traffic offences will result in general demerit point deductions, fines, licence disqualification and/or licence suspension. Other more serious offences or repeated offences may require appearance before a court and can sometimes lead to sentences of actual imprisonment.
Our team can assist you with:
- Work Licence Applications;
- General advice on demerit points and licence disqualification and suspension;
- Special Hardship Order Applications;
- Disqualified and unlicensed driving offences;
- Drink driving offences;
- Drug driving offences;
- Careless driving offences;
- Speeding offences;
- Dangerous driving offences; and
- Infringement notices.
Nyst Legal’s experienced criminal and traffic lawyers work with our clients to manage traffic infringement proceedings by providing straightforward, well-considered and practical legal advice to deliver the best outcome in the circumstances.
Restricted “Work” Licence Eligibility Indicator Interview
Take our Restricted “Work” Licence Eligibility Indicator Interview to help you decide if you are eligible for a Restricted “Work” Licence
How this Restricted "Work" Licence Eligibility Indicator Interview can help you
If you have been charged with a drug or alcohol related traffic offence, and you’re wondering if you can keep your licence, because without it you will lose your job…. our free Restricted “Work” Licence Eligibility Indicator Interview may assist you.
To be eligible for a Restricted “Work” Licence you must meet certain criteria, and this online interview will help you decide whether you do or don’t.
Nyst Legal uses a third party provider, Autom.io, a secure platform that helps to create documents on demand. When you start this interview you will be directed to our secure online portal provided by Autom.io.
We recommend you complete the interview, and then contact our office to find out how we can help.
What is a Restricted “Work” Licence?
If you have committed a drink or drug driving offence, a Magistrate can order a Restricted “Work” Licence be issued to you to allow you to drive in specific circumstances directly connected with your means of earning your livelihood. Your work licence will normally include conditions such as the class of vehicle, the purpose and the times at which a vehicle may be driven.
Before you start
We recommend before starting the interview you have with you all documents provided to you by police when you were charged.
This interview is only relevant to Queensland driver licence holders, who have been charged with a drug or alcohol related traffic offence.
The indicator interview is FREE! and has absolutely no strings attached.
This is an online written interview that takes approximately 3 to 4 minutes to complete.
This is not legal advice
It is important to note that this interview, and the result that it generates, is based on the information provided by you. It is not, and it is not intended to be, tailored legal advice or the provision of a legal service. It is for general informational purposes only.
Nyst Legal uses a third party provider, Autom.io, a secure platform that helps to create documents on demand. Only you and Nyst Legal have access to the completed interview and answers that you have provided.
Once you have completed the interview, to find out how we can help you by providing you detailed legal advice, contact our office as follows:
Phone: 07 5509 2400
Online Enquiry Form: CLICK HERE
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Nyst Legal is not a Legal Aid firm. We do not take on matters funded by the Legal Aid Office.
Nyst Legal charges a competitive rate for an excellent service and we provide an early estimate of costs for each stage of your matter.
The law in Queensland requires us to disclose information relating to a range of things, particularly legal fees, how they are calculated, how they are charged, and how they are billed.
All clients are provided with a Queensland Law Society Client Services Agreement which sets out all of these items in detail.
Fixed Fee Arrangements
There are some matters where Nyst Legal is happy to offer its services for a fixed fee.
Pleas of Guilty starting at $1,000
Special Hardship Applications and Work Licence Applications starting at $1,000
Driver licence applications for a special hardship order or a work licence can usually be handled for a fixed fee, generally ranging from $1,000 to $2,500. However, the precise fee will be dependent on the location of the court and the complexity of the application, and will be advised and agreed in advance.
Bail Applications starting at $1,000
Bail applications in the Magistrates Courts will vary in complexity but can usually be handled for a fixed fee ranging from $1,000 to $3,000, depending on the complexity of the application and the court location, and will be advised and agreed in advance. Bail applications in the Supreme Courts are charged at an hourly rate.
Where fees are not fixed they will be charged at an hourly rate commensurate with the seniority and experience of the particular team members involved. A formal client agreement will set out the hourly rate of each of the team members likely to work on the matter. Clear estimates will be provided in advance for each stage of the matter.
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