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Are you going to be entering a plea of guilty to the offence?
When do you actually believe for Western Australia? Have you considered approaching the court and asking for the matter to be brought forward so that it can be dealt while you are present?
The reason I asked the last question, is because it is always better if you appear because the court sees this as you accepting responsibility for your actions and this is in your favour.
Hi yes I will be pleading guilty to the charge. in relation to moving back to wa I am already in the process of doing that. I am currently in Brisbane and will be leaving within the next few days. the court in childers is 4 hours north of Brisbane. is it likely that they will deal with this matter in my absence if I ask them to do so and plead guilty. thanks Jaydon
Ive got all the details of the courts location as it was listed on the notice to appear that the police handed me at the time of the offence.
Not at the moment that pretty much answers everything I need to know for now thanks for your help
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