Drink driving involved in multiple car accident: Police v MAS

Drink driving involved in multiple car accident

DRINK DRIVING lawyersMAS was driving along a dark road in heavy traffic when he failed to brake properly and collided with the back of another vehicle. The collision caused the car in front to hit the back of the car in front of it. Nobody suffered any serious injuries.

When police breathalysed MAS they found a low reading of alcohol. MAS cooperated fully with police, and was at all times fully aware of the seriousness of the incident. Subsequently, he instructed the defence to plead guilty.

Section 10 and Traffic Offender Intervention Program

Later, during the sentencing hearing, the defence submitted that MAS had expressed significant remorse for the incident and had entered his plea of guilty at the earliest opportunity. The defence also submitted that MAS was voluntarily and successfully undertaking a Traffic Offender Intervention Program. Based on the strength of these submissions MAS got a non-conviction order.  This was contingent on completion of a two-year good behaviour bond.

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