DDD Brisbane FAQ’s

  1. Why choose DDD Brisbane?
    Our teams specialise in all aspects of traffic infringement law, specifically drink driving offences in Queensland. Offering fixed fee representation packages starting from only $1,290.00* + GST, we get you experience legal representation to give you the best chance of a reduced sentence.
  2. Should I plead guilty or not guilty?
    The decision to plead guilty or not guilty is the most important decision that you make in a drink driving case. This will depend on your individual circumstances of the case, and you should speak to a lawyer immediately.
  3. How much will it cost?
    We charge a fixed fee, starting at $1,290 + GST for low-range first offences. Our fees are extremely affordable in comparison to other firms. Call and speak to us for a fixed-fee quote.
  4. Will I be able to keep my licence?
    If found guilty there is no way to avoid a ban, however we will look for the minimum mandatory term. To avoid a conviction or keep your licence you need expert advice immediately.
  5. Will a receive a conviction and a criminal record?
    Yes, unless the charge is withdrawn or successfully defended. If it is your first offence, we will seek leniency and push for a dismissal, without conviction.
  6. How long will it take?
    Most cases should be one appearance, unless we are required to adjourn the matter for you to a later date. If your case is adjourned, your new date will likely be within 2-4 weeks.
  7. I was pulled over and notified of an offence, but I haven’t received my court attendance notice in the mail yet. How long will this take and when should I seek advice?
    The sooner the better. Usually your charge sheet and summons will arrive in the mail within a few weeks of your offence. You can call us prior to having your official documentation and we can arrange everything for you so you are prepared once it arrives.
  8. If we are adjourning, do I have to attend court?
    No, you will not be required to attend on the initial court date if we are adjourning the matter, as we will attend on your behalf. You will only need to attend the secondary court date.
  9. Do I require representation?
    It is highly advisable to get representation for any driving offence, as failure to do so can result in much stricter outcomes in terms of fines, length of suspension and in some cases a criminal conviction on your record for the rest of your life.

If you require legal representation or advice about an offence or penalty, contact DDD Brisbane today.