driving is an offence in NSW which includes any of the following:
Aggressively/ Driving with aggression
many more just to name a few.
51A of the Crimes Act 1900 notes the following:
“The driver of a vehicle who, while in pursuit of or
travelling near another vehicle:
in a course of conduct that causes or threatens an impact involving the other
(b) intends by that course of conduct to cause a
person in the other vehicle actual bodily harm, is guilty of an offence.”
person to be found guilty of such offence, then the police must beyond a
reasonable doubt prove that the accused person committed the offence itself and
they must also prove the following beyond a reasonable Doubt.
Intent to cause harm.
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.
of experienced solicitors are there for you and can help you answer all your
questions, so be sure to contact Nicopoulos
*This article correctly reflects the Laws of NSW as at 3rd February 2023.
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