- Aug 31, 2008
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Its Police , Transit Central 1. which implies a traffic offence of some sort.
She's employed Galbally Parker, who are criminal defence lawyers.
Most serious criminal traffic offences in Victoria are legislated under the Roads Act 1958 (Vic) and the Crimes Act 1958 (Vic). They may be summary or indictable offences.
Summary traffic offences include but are not limited to:
Indictable traffic offences include but are not limited to:
- Careless Driving
- Dangerous Driving
- Driving Whilst Unlicensed, Suspended or Disqualified
- Improper Use of a Motor Vehicle and Loss of Traction
If the police charge you with a summary or indictable driving offence, you will likely be issued a summons or a notice to appear in court. If the charge is serious, you may be arrested and either:
- Culpable Driving
- Dangerous Driving Causing Death or Serious Injury
- Dangerous or Negligent Driving While Pursued by Police
- Reckless Conduct Endangering Life or Serious Injury
Transit Police look after the train/public transport, and deal with issues and offences committed at train stations. Pretty sure it will have nothing to do with driving offences at all.