Drivers who accumulate 3 findings of guilt for serious offences within 5 years will be declared a ‘habitual offender’ by the courts.
They will be disqualified from driving for 5 years unless a court rules otherwise. This will be in addition to any disqualification resulting from the third major offence.
Crawford & Duncan Lawyers have a solid understanding of the habitual offender legislation and its implications relative to their clients case, history and appeal. In conjunction with the Traffic Offenders Program, Les Crawford and Michelle Duncan have successfully appealed the most severe of habitual offender penalties.