In New South Wales, individuals who have pleaded guilty or been found guilty of a criminal or major traffic offence have several pathways to prevent a criminal conviction, fines, and potential driver's license disqualification. These options are outlined in the Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999 (NSW) and encompass:
If you're facing a court appearance and aim to avoid a criminal record for a criminal or traffic offence, contact KPT Defence Lawyers at (02) 9267 5555.
Our experienced defence lawyers are available to arrange an initial consultation, during which we'll assess your options and provide expert guidance to achieve the best possible outcome.
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