Competent Experts can help you Dispute the Fine or Explore legal Alternatives
An infringement notice is sent to the offender through post, email or by means of a ticket issued to the individual. Seeking the advice of experienced criminal lawyers can help you dispute the fine or penalty imposed by the court. An infringement notice will usually be sent to the person under whose name the vehicle is registered. In case the vehicle is under joint ownership, the notice will be sent to the person listed first on the registration form. Infringement notices are usually issued for traffic offences that include illegal parking, speeding or toll evasion.
An infringement notice will typically contain a number of details including date and time of the offence, location of the offence, the legal speed limit as well as the detected speed limit of your vehicle (in case of speeding violations) and the number of licence demerits expected to be added to your driving history.
Read on for some important facts about traffic infringement notices issued under Australian law:
- The recipient should take appropriate action regarding the infringement notice within a period of 28 days.
- You may choose to pay the fine in full. In this case, the demerits related to the offence will be appended to your driver’s licence history.