Unlicensed Driving QLD

Get Help Handling Your Unlicensed Driving Charge in QLD; Call Robertson O’Gorman Solicitors Today

If you’ve been caught and charged driving a motor vehicle without a licence, you need to engage the services of a qualified and experienced traffic lawyer. Unlicensed driving in QLD is a serious traffic offence, punishable by up to one year in prison. An experienced lawyer will be able to advise you on how to handle the charge, as well as represent you in court.

In QLD, unlicensed driving is any driving without a valid driver’s licence. If you have never held a driver’s licence and are caught operating a motor vehicle, you do not have a valid driver’s licence and can be charged with unlicensed driving. If you once held a licence, but it has expired, you can also be charged with unlicensed driving. If you have a driver’s licence, but the licence does not permit you to drive the type of vehicle you were driving when you were pulled over, you can be charged with unlicensed driving.

Robertson O’Gorman Solicitors have the experienced in handling all these types of unlicensed driving in QLD—among others. We can defend you in court and help you avoid the maximum sentence for this particular traffic offence. Due to the severity of the unlicensed driving offence, we recommend that you contact us as soon as possible. To reach our offices and schedule a consultation, give us a call on (07) 3034 0000 today. You can also get in touch with us via email, at mail@robertsonogorman.com.au.