my offences are drink driving [0.155 %] , drive without any care , cause accident . I did cause the accident an gave care assistance an licence information before driving my car home , i had consumed alcohol at a friends [3 stubbies] not till i got home i drank under stress [in one hour] the police arrived an hour later an proceed to asess my breath alcohol level. i am a single parent , i drive 40km to Yatala for work and drive my son to school an sport ' is there any way i can get a reduced high alcohol limit or authorisation for a day licence ?
Thank you for your question. To Introduce myself I am a sydney based Solicitor and will do my best to provide you with relevant information to assist you.
They took your blood alcohol lever 1 hour after you got home?
Why did they attend at your home? Did you leave the scene of the accident?
What state are you in?
I'm in gold coast Qld , I left the scene because I was scared I had a few beers ' then even more wen I got home '
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