How To Contest A Speeding Fine In Victoria

Receiving a ticket for speeding is unpleasant, so learn how to contest a speeding fine if you have received one. A fine may be reviewed and dismissed in some situations, sparing you from having to pay it. You can choose to go to court or ask for a review of your case. You can obtain

What Is The Difference Between Culpable Driving And Dangerous Driving?

In Victoria, both culpable driving and dangerous driving are serious offences with potentially very serious consequences. Culpable driving is committed when a person drives dangerously, recklessly, or under the influence of drugs or alcohol resulting in another person’s death. On the other hand, dangerous driving encompasses a broader range of dangerous driving behaviours that cause

Can You Be Charged If You Refuse A Saliva Sample? (Victoria)

In Victoria, you can be charged if you refuse a saliva sample. It’s an offence to refuse to comply with a request to provide a sample of oral fluid when lawfully requested to do so by a police officer, and refusal to do so can result in heavy fines and loss of license, with even

What Is The Age Of Consent In Victoria?

What Is The Age Of Consent In Victoria?

The law in Victoria sets clear age limits for when you can legally have sex. This is called the age of consent. A person can be charged with a sexual offence if they perform a sexual act that breaks these age limits, even if the younger person agrees. In Victoria, a person aged 16 years