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First offence and blew 0.062

Postby jdmarkau » October 8th, 2016, 12:00 am

Hi there I am currently in QLD, I was done DUI a couple of weeks back I blew 0.062, what am I likely to expect for low range drink driving >?
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Re: First offence and blew 0.062

Postby Colin Townes » October 14th, 2016, 1:08 pm

@jdmarkau: If this is your first drink driving offence, and assuming it occurred in largely ‘benign’ circumstances (for example, by way of an RBT), you might expect to be fined between $400 and $800 and to lose your licence (providing you hold and Open licence) for between 3 and 6 months (though the mandatory minimum disqualification is only 1 month). In Queensland a court can impose both of these penalties without recording the conviction, though you might expect the conviction to be recorded in most instances.

If you hold a Queensland licence you might also be eligible to apply for a restricted licence (also called a work licence) which is, in essence, an order of the court giving you permission to drive for the purpose of earning your living during the period of your licence disqualification.
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