Queensland Traffic Lawyers

Anderson Fredericks Turner has lawyers experienced in traffic law matters across Queensland. With local offices in Brisbane, Beenleigh, Maroochydore, Southport and Townsville, our experienced traffic lawyers regularly assist people in locations across the State.

Our size and scale allow our traffic lawyers to devote the attention necessary to every case – no matter how big or small.

Queensland Traffic Offence Lawyers

Traffic law is an area of law that is relatively high in volume and low in variability. It is a fact that matters. It means our experience across Queensland has allowed us to develop procedures that minimise the time spent on the ‘standard’ legal work involved, while maximising time spent on the issues personal to your case. It is how we minimise legal fees while maximising personalised service in traffic law cases.

Traffic law issues are often handled by criminal lawyers, as they involve police charges and court proceedings that can result in fines, disqualifications and even imprisonment. Contact us today.

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A POINT OF DIFFERENCE

Courtroom Expertise

The founding principals of Anderson Fredericks Turner were the few practising solicitors in Queensland who had been accredited as barristers and worked in that role for a number of years before operating a law firm.

AFT prides itself on a tradition of associate lawyers who have significant litigation experience in courtrooms and contested hearings.

If you want lawyers who are not still trying to find their feet, we have the courtroom expertise to afford you the best representation for your case.

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Free Case Assessment – Call 1300 AFT LEGAL

Call one of our experienced lawyers for a free, no-obligation initial review of the traffic law issues you face. It costs nothing to find out why we are lawyers you can trust.

If you engage us to represent you, our traffic lawyers will assist you ever step of the way. We:

  • inform you of your legal rights and entitlements.

  • advise you of limitation periods for temporary licence applications.

  • assist with making work licence or special hardship order applications.

  • provide clear advice about your options and give you a strategy in dealing with your legal issues.

Failure to exercise certain rights, or acting on the wrong advice, can fundamentally affect the interests of a person facing allegations. If you want advice you can trust from experienced traffic lawyers, contact Anderson Fredericks Turner.

A POINT OF DIFFERENCE

Courtroom Expertise

The founding principals of Anderson Fredericks Turner were the few practising solicitors in Queensland who had been accredited as barristers and worked in that role for a number of years before operating a law firm.

AFT prides itself on a tradition of associate lawyers who have significant litigation experience in courtrooms and contested hearings.

If you want lawyers who are not still trying to find their feet, we have the courtroom expertise to afford you the best representation for your criminal law case.

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Free Case Review

Call one of our experienced lawyers for a free, no-obligation initial review of the traffic law issues you face. It costs nothing to find out why we are lawyers you can trust.

If you engage us to represent you, our traffic lawyers will assist you ever step of the way. We:

  • inform you of your legal rights and entitlements.

  • advise you of limitation periods for temporary licence applications.

  • assist with making work licence or special hardship order applications.

  • provide clear advice about your options and give you a strategy in dealing with your legal issues.

Failure to exercise certain rights, or acting on the wrong advice, can fundamentally affect the interests of a person facing allegations. If you want advice you can trust from experienced traffic lawyers, contact Anderson Fredericks Turner.

To book your free Case Review with one of our traffic lawyers Call Now: 1300 AFT LEGAL (1300 238 534)

Get the Best Traffic Lawyers For Your Case

If you or a family member face going to court for a traffic offence, the realisation of mandatory fines, disqualification periods and even imprisonment can be daunting. Having the right legal team can be essential in safeguarding your rights and ensuring you get the best outcome possible.

The best traffic lawyers protect the rights and interests of their clients as far as the law allows. If you want the best legal advice or representation available from one of the leading criminal and traffic law firms in Queensland, contact one of our experienced lawyers to discuss your case today.

Our lawyers provide advice and representation that is dedicated to the needs and interests of our clients – we seek to be precise, responsive and thorough in all of our work. Call us today to speak about your situation.

AFT Legal Lawyer Profiles
QLD Traffic Law - Work Licence Applications

When a person is charged with certain drink driving or drug driving offences, they may apply for a restricted work licence to allow them to continue driving for work purposes during a disqualification period. The eligibility criteria is strict and the applicant must persuade the court that they should be permitted one according to the legal test that apply. Call our lawyers if you need a restricted work licence.

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QLD Traffic Law - Special Hardship Orders

If your licence is suspended but the loss of it would cause extreme hardship to you or your family by depriving you of your job or means of earning a living (such as a business operator or tradesman), you may be eligible for a special hardship order. A special hardship order allows the person to continue driving under specific conditions. Contact Anderson Fredericks Turner for advice about special hardship applications.

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QLD Traffic Law - Work Licence Applications

When a person is charged with certain drink driving or drug driving offences, they may apply for a restricted work licence to allow them to continue driving for work purposes during a disqualification period. The eligibility criteria is strict and the applicant must persuade the court that they should be permitted one according to the legal test that apply. Call our lawyers if you need a restricted work licence.

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QLD Traffic Law - Special Hardship Orders

If your licence is suspended but the loss of it would cause extreme hardship to you or your family by depriving you of your job or means of earning a living (such as a business operator or tradesman), you may be eligible for a special hardship order. A special hardship order allows the person to continue driving under specific conditions. Contact Anderson Fredericks Turner for advice about special hardship applications.

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Traffic Law Charges

QLD Traffic Law - Drink Driving DUI

If you have been charged with a drink driving or driving under the influence (DUI) charge in Queensland, Anderson Fredericks Turner can provide you expert advice and representation. We have significant experience in advising clients across Queensland. Whether you seek advice about possible defences, disqualification periods or representation to apply for a work licence in court, we can help you.

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QLD Traffic Law - Drug Driving DUI

It can be confronting and upsetting face a charge of driving with a relevant drug or driving under the influence of a drug. Such offences are treated seriously by courts in Queensland and can result in significant disqualification periods, substantial fines and even imprisonment. Contact Anderson Fredericks Turner for expert advice and representation for any charge of this kind.

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QLD Traffic Law - Failing to Provide a Breath Specimen

In Queensland, people who are required to provide a specimen of breath for a drink driving test, or saliva for a drug driving test, can be charged with failing to do so. The charge may relate to failing to provide a roadside test, or later at a hospital or police station. The consequences for failing to comply with a lawful requirement can be significant and include fines, licence disqualification and even imprisonment.

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QLD Traffic Law - Careless Driving

A charge of ‘driving without due care and attention’ or ‘careless driving’ is a serious traffic offence, which can take account of situations where a person has been killed or seriously injured. Court have a discretion to impose significant fines, imprisonment as well as disqualify people from holding or obtaining a driver licence. Contact our lawyers if you are facing a charge of driving without due care and attention.

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QLD Traffic Law - Dangerous Driving

In Queensland, a charge of ‘dangerous operation of a motor vehicle’, or ‘dangerous driving’ is regarded as a serious criminal offence. In cases where a person is adversely affected by alcohol, engages in other unlawful conduct, or kills or seriously injures a person, the penalties can be significant. It is possible for courts to impose lifetime driving bans on people who are charged with dangerous driving.

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Traffic Law - Failing to Stop for Police

Failing to stop for police is a serious traffic offence, which carries mandatory minimum penalties. For first offenders facing a charge of failing to stop for police, a court has a discretion to impose either a large fine or actual time in a prison (but it must impose one). If you are going to court for failing to stop for police and want the best advice and representation from experienced traffic lawyers, contact our team.

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QLD Traffic Law - Unlicensed Driving

Driving while unlicensed or ‘unlicensed driving’ is an traffic offence in Queensland. While there is a discretion for police to issue an infringement notice (which may later be challenged), it is also possible to be required to go to court where fines, licence disqualifications and even possible imprisonment are possible outcomes. If you have been charged with unlicensed driving and seek advice, contact our lawyers today.

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Traffic Law Charges

QLD Traffic Law - Drink Driving DUI

If you have been charged with a drink driving or driving under the influence (DUI) charge in Queensland, Anderson Fredericks Turner can provide you expert advice and representation. We have significant experience in advising clients across Queensland. Whether you seek advice about possible defences, disqualification periods or representation to apply for a work licence in court, we can help you.

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QLD Traffic Law - Drug Driving DUI

It can be confronting and upsetting face a charge of driving with a relevant drug or driving under the influence of a drug. Such offences are treated seriously by courts in Queensland and can result in significant disqualification periods, substantial fines and even imprisonment. Contact Anderson Fredericks Turner for expert advice and representation for any charge of this kind.

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QLD Traffic Law - Failing to Provide a Breath Specimen

In Queensland, people who are required to provide a specimen of breath for a drink driving test, or saliva for a drug driving test, can be charged with failing to do so. The charge may relate to failing to provide a roadside test, or later at a hospital or police station. The consequences for failing to comply with a lawful requirement can be significant and include fines, licence disqualification and even imprisonment.

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QLD Traffic Law - Careless Driving

A charge of ‘driving without due care and attention’ or ‘careless driving’ is a serious traffic offence, which can take account of situations where a person has been killed or seriously injured. Court have a discretion to impose significant fines, imprisonment as well as disqualify people from holding or obtaining a driver licence. Contact our lawyers if you are facing a charge of driving without due care and attention.

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QLD Traffic Law - Dangerous Driving

In Queensland, a charge of ‘dangerous operation of a motor vehicle’, or ‘dangerous driving’ is regarded as a serious criminal offence. In cases where a person is adversely affected by alcohol, engages in other unlawful conduct, or kills or seriously injures a person, the penalties can be significant. It is possible for courts to impose lifetime driving bans on people who are charged with dangerous driving.

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Traffic Law - Failing to Stop for Police

Failing to stop for police is a serious traffic offence, which carries mandatory minimum penalties. For first offenders facing a charge of failing to stop for police, a court has a discretion to impose either a large fine or actual time in a prison (but it must impose one). If you are going to court for failing to stop for police and want the best advice and representation from experienced traffic lawyers, contact our team.

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QLD Traffic Law - Unlicensed Driving

Driving while unlicensed or ‘unlicensed driving’ is an traffic offence in Queensland. While there is a discretion for police to issue an infringement notice (which may later be challenged), it is also possible to be required to go to court where fines, licence disqualifications and even possible imprisonment are possible outcomes. If you have been charged with unlicensed driving and seek advice, contact our lawyers today.

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