You can lose your licence in various ways.
Some offences include being caught for speeding (either by police radar or speed camera), negligent driving, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs (DUI), ignoring traffic light signals, using a mobile phone whilst driving or reckless driving. Losing your licence can have detrimental effects.
Conditsis Lawyers are also family law specialists and understand these matters will impact on your family commitments and your job, especially if your employer requires you to have a drivers licence.
Speak with one of our criminal law solicitors for advice on the next steps you should take in relation to your offence. You may need to consider whether it would be beneficial to your case to complete the Traffic Offenders Program, and if so we can advise you how to do so.