Traffic Law

Monday, October 19, 2015

Word or PhraseDescription
BailBeing able to remain in the community rather than in custody when awaiting a criminal matter to be heard before a court.
Disqualified drivingOffence of driving when you have been told by a court not to drive.
Drink driveDriving with alcohol in your system putting you over the legal limit.
Drug drivingDriving with drugs present in your system.
Magistrates/District/Supreme CourtThe venue where traffic and criminal matters are heard.
Special hardship licenseApplication made to the court when you have accumulated too many demerit points to enable you to keep driving for work purposes.
SpeedingDriving in excess of the speed limit.
Work licenseApplication made to the court when you have been caught drink driving to enable you to keep driving for work purposes.

 

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