Why You Need a Lawyer for a Drink Driving Charge

Have you been directed to appear in your local Magistrates Court to answer to a drink driving charge? You need an experienced traffic and drink driving lawyer by your side who can guide you through the process, assist you with your options, defend your rights in court...

Contravention of a Domestic Violence Order

We explain the intricacies of contravening a Domestic Violence Order Whilst it is not a criminal offence to have a domestic violence order made against you, if you breach that order or a condition of that order, as a Respondent you can be charged with the criminal...

Work Licence Applications – Am I Eligible?

In Queensland if you are facing court for a drink driving or drug driving offence, if convicted or found guilty, you will lose your licence for a period of time.  The court has no discretion to not impose a disqualification period. What is a Work Licence? However, the...

Why do I need a traffic lawyer?

We explain why you would need a traffic lawyer… Navigating the courts, the police and the law can be a daunting process.  The law surrounding traffic offences is complex and being convicted of traffic offences can have long-lasting impacts on you and your...

Why would you need a Brisbane Construction Lawyer?

We explain why you would need a construction lawyer… Why would you need a construction lawyer? A construction lawyer can be required at any stage of a construction project. Ordinarily, this would be when a dispute has occurred between the parties. Utilising a...

Police Interviews – Know Your Rights.

Police interviews are a common tactic used when investigating the commission of an offence. Police can often ask a person to participate in an interview, or answer questions about a suspected offence. This will generally take place during the investigation stage of a...

Direction to Rectify – Next Steps

Issued With a Direction to Rectify, what can happen next? The QBCC can issue builders and subcontractors with a Direction to Rectify and Complete under section 72 of the Queensland Building and Construction Commission Act 1991 (“the QBBC Act”). This direction can be...