Each application for an official warning is reviewed on a case-by-case basis with factors such as the circumstances, time of offence, weather conditions, traffic density and type of road/land abutting taken into account.
Request the excess fees be removed and be left wit the fines, if any of the fines can be contested, do so, plead special circumstances with the Court to get the amounts left reduced now.
Is the Sheriff after you for Warrants older than 5 years old? Here’s how to deal with it.
Control over the means of propulsion and movement of the vehicle are necessary ingredients of driving
In fact to submit it into evidence in Court they need your permission, the Road Safety Act 1986 (Vic) Section 90 on the issue of admissibility of driving history states any such document may not be tendered in evidence “without the consent of the accused” if the accused is present at the hearing of the information.
I followed your advice and asked them to submit a brief of photographic evidence of the alleged offence, (subject to paying the fine). I think they threw the towel in coz the officer was unable to provide any actual evidence
The driver of a vehicle who is not a learner driver or the holder of a probationary driver licence must not use a mobile phone while the vehicle is moving, or is stationary but not parked,