Excessively speeding

Excessively speeding is an offence under section 328A of the Criminal Code (Qld). That section makes it an offence to operate a vehicle dangerously. Excessively speeding is defined as driving or operating a vehicle at a speed more than 40km/h over the speed limit.

The maximum penalty is 400 penalty units or 5 years imprisonment. If the offender has been previously convicted for the offence, the court must, upon conviction, impose imprisonment as the whole or part of the punishment.

Robertson O’Gorman has extensive experience representing people charged with traffic offences. Call us today on 3034 0000.