Crawford & Duncan Lawyers – Traffic Lawyers Sydney – How can we help?
Crawford & Duncan are Traffic Lawyers with offices based in Sydney, Parramatta and Hornsby – But we will travel to you, and all NSW Traffic Courts. Simply Contact us today – someone will return your enquiry with a calllback as soon as possible. Please read below as we
There are several reasons why someone might talk to a traffic lawyer:
Traffic Lawyers can help with Traffic violations charges, or appeals.
This means you might have received a traffic ticket or citation. Crawford & Duncan traffic lawyers, both Les Crawford & Michelle Duncan, can help you understand the charges and potential consequences and can also help you fight the ticket in court.
License suspension or revocation: If your driver’s license is at risk of being suspended or revoked due to traffic violations, a traffic lawyer can help you defend your driving privileges and minimise the impact on your life. Talk to either Les or Michelle today – experts in Traffic Law.
Traffic Lawyers deal with DUI or DWI charges on a daily basis.
Perhaps you have been charged with an instance, or repeat instance of DUI (driving under the influence), or DWI (driving while intoxicated). Crawford & Duncan are highly experienced traffic lawyers and we can help you understand the charges and potential consequences and can also represent you in court to fight the charges or negotiate a plea deal.
Crawford & Duncan provide Traffic Court representation
If you are required to appear in Traffic Court, a Traffic Lawyer can represent you and help you navigate the legal process, potentially reducing fines or penalties and minimizing the impact on your driving record and insurance rates.
How to present yourself in NSW Traffic Court
If you are appearing in the New South Wales Traffic Court in Australia, it’s important to present yourself in a professional and respectful manner.
Here are some tips to help you:
- Dress appropriately: Dress in neat and tidy clothes that show respect for the court. Avoid wearing anything that is revealing, offensive, or casual.
- Be punctual: Arrive early to the court so that you can find your way around and settle any last-minute nerves. Being punctual also shows respect for the court and the legal process.
- Be respectful: When addressing the judge or court officers, use formal titles such as “Your Honor” or “Sir/Madam”. Speak clearly and avoid interrupting others.
- Be honest: When answering questions or giving evidence, always tell the truth. If you are unsure about something, it’s better to say so than to provide false information.
- Be prepared: Bring any relevant documents or evidence that may support your case. Make sure you read and have understood all the relevant laws and regulations.
- Stay calm: It’s normal to feel nervous in court, but try to stay calm and composed. Take deep breaths and try to relax.
- Follow instructions: Listen carefully to the judge and court officers and follow their instructions. If you are unsure about anything, don’t be afraid to ask for clarification.
Remember that the court is a formal setting and it’s important to show respect for the legal process. By presenting yourself in a professional and respectful manner, you will give yourself the best chance of achieving a positive outcome.
Why Choose Crawford & Duncan Lawyers?
We can advise you on your options for your traffic matter in Sydney, NSW. You have the right to the best defence possible to obtain the best possible outcome for your case.
Secure your future and protect your rights – Contact Crawford & Duncan Lawyers today to request a callback from the traffic law experts and discuss your traffic matter. Get the right advice.