Low Range Drink Driving – BAC: 0.0521
Please note that this case study relates to a blood alcohol concentration of 0.052. You will see that the reading is only slightly different to 0.0521. We hope that this provides you with guidance in respect to your driving matter.
Offender Information and facts
|Age:||45 years old|
|Driving experience:||No information|
|Prior PCA/DUI charges:||No information|
|Prior traffic convictions:||No information|
|Employment details:||Television Executive|
|BAC – Blood alcohol concentration:||Our client registered a reading of 0.052|
|Location:||New South Wales (NSW), Australia|
|What were the circumstances leading our client to being breath tested?||Stopped for the purpose of a random breath test.|
Penalties that can be given to a person charged with Low Range PCA
1st major traffic offence within 5 years
- A conviction and maximum fine of $1,100.00
- A maximum disqualification period of 6 months
- A minimum disqualification period of 3 months
- An automatic disqualification period of 6 months
Sentence Statistics for offenders charged with Low Range PCA (July 2006 – June 2010)
|Section 10 dismissal/bond:||(11644)||41%|
|Good behaviour bond/probation:||(301)||1%|
Penalty obtained by Armstrong Legal
No conviction, no disqualification and no penalty. Matter discharged under Section 10.
WHERE TO NEXT?
In NSW, traffic offences are treated seriously. Therefore, it is important to get competent legal advice as early as possible, whether you have received a penalty notice, had your licence suspended or been charged with a serious offence. Our lawyers are highly experienced and understand the difficulties you face without a licence. We can guide you through the process while dealing with the various authorities related to your matter.