If you have been charged with drink driving in NSW and you wish to plead not guilty, it’s important to seek legal advice from a solicitor who is experienced in both criminal law & traffic law. The legal process and penalties for drink driving can be serious as they can have an impact on a person’s personal & professional life, and it’s important to have the best possible representation in court.


When you plead not guilty to a drink driving charge in NSW, the matter will likely proceed to a defended hearing in the Local Court. During the defended hearing, the prosecution will present their evidence, and your legal representative will have the opportunity to challenge that evidence and present your defence.


Your lawyer may explore various avenues to defend your case, including questioning the accuracy of the breath or blood test, challenging the circumstances of the traffic stop, or presenting evidence that could cast doubt on the prosecution’s case.


It’s important to gather and preserve any evidence that could support your defence, such as witness statements, photographs, or any other relevant documentation. Your lawyer will be able to guide you through this process.


It’s also important to note that the legal process and requirements for defending a drink driving charge in NSW can be complex, so seeking legal advice as soon as possible is crucial. 



Why Should you Choose Nicopoulos Sabbagh Lawyers to represent you in your Court Case?


Nicopoulos Sabbagh Lawyers a reputable Law Firm is the leading Law firm in both Criminal Law & Traffic Law matters. Nicopoulos Sabbagh Lawyers has dealt with the most complex matters and our office appears in all Jurisdictions in Criminal Law.


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It is very important that you speak with a lawyer so that you can get the appropriate legal advice which you require prior to going to court.


Our team of experienced solicitors are there for you and can help you answer all your questions, so be sure to contact Nicopoulos Sabbagh Lawyers.


*This article correctly reflects the Laws of NSW as at 30th January 2024.


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