Random Breath Test Positive Reading - Low Range Drink Driving charges

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Random Breath Test (RBT) Positive Reading: Low Range Drink Driving charges

Author: Phillip GibsonCriminal Defence Lawyer Phillip Gibson at our Sydney Office

Downing Centre Local Court, Sydney

Represented by Solicitor: Phillip Gibson, accredited criminal law specialist

Case Facts

Client charged with Low Range PCA having been pulled over for a random breath test (RBT) which returned a positive reading.  The client was arrested and taken to the nearest police station where he underwent a breath analysis with a reading of 0.059.  although the client's driving record only dated back to 2005, it contained a demerit point suspension in 2009.  the client instructed that he would lose his job if convicted as driving was an essential part of his employment contract.

Case Result

The client completed the Traffic Offender Program prior to the matter being finalized at the local court.  The magistrate was not impressed with the driving record, however having an accredited criminal law specialist  address the court made all the difference. No conviction was recorded and the client placed on s10 bond for 6 months pursuant to the Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act.

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