Drink driving is a common offence, but it can have serious consequences.

If you are given a breath test and you are over the legal limit, you will be charged. You’ll also have to appear in front of a magistrate. Loss of licence is one consequence of drink driving, but in some cases, you might be faced with jail time.

In Queensland, if you have a reading above .100, you’ll be immediately suspended from driving. If you’re caught driving contrary to a suspension, you will lose your licence for a minimum of two years.

So, penalties for drink driving can be severe. You should contact a lawyer and receive legal assistance before your court date. Your lawyer can provide you with information about your situation, and assist you with the court process.

Brooke Winter Solicitors can assist you with traffic law matters. If you’ve been charged with drink driving, contact us for a free initial phone consultation. We’ll assist you to understand your options.