Dangerous Driving

As one of the most serious traffic offences in Queensland, dangerous driving can lead to driver’s license disqualification or imprisonment.

About dangerous driving

In Queensland, Dangerous driving or dangerous operation of a motor vehicle is one of the most serious of the traffic offences.
Dangerous Driving
It comes under s 328A of the Criminal Code in Queensland and can be charged in one of three ways:
Given the seriousness of these charges and the outcomes of driver’s licence disqualification and terms of imprisonment, you should obtain legal advice immediately if you are charged with any of the above three offences.

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What to do next

Experienced representation could be the deciding factor of you walking out of court or being escorted to the watchhouse.

Dangerous driving can be a very serious charge, so you must have legal representation experienced in dealing with traffic law offences.

The Queensland legislation regulating the use of motor vehicles on this state’s roads is continuously evolving and expanding. The court-imposed penalties can range from fines to imprisonment.

Some areas of traffic law can be complex, so it is important that you obtain effective legal representation to examine your matter and provide advice as to how it should be best dealt with in a timely and cost-effective way.