Driving without a licence
Police charged PK with driving without a licence pursuant to s 25 of the Road Transport (Driver Licensing) Act 1998 NSW. PK had been disqualified from driving and upon the expiration of his disqualification period, had on several occasions been unsuccessful in obtaining a new licence. On the day of the offence he drove his wife to the doctors without a licence. One week prior to his sentence he finally passed his driving test and obtained a new licence.
Guilty plea: no loss of licence and small fine
PK pleaded guilty to both offences on advice from our traffic and driving lawyer. The magistrate handed him a $200 fine. He avoided losing his licence and avoided a maximum penalty of a $2,000 fine.
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