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Fairfield Traffic Lawyers | Expert Traffic Lawyers

Our Traffic Lawyers in Fairfield have serviced the local community with comprehensive Legal Representation and expert advice for years.


If you have been arrested and charged by the Fairfield Police Area Command (PAC) or wish to elect to take a Driving Matter to Court and are required to attend Fairfield Local Court, contact our office for a no-obligation, confidential conference today with our traffic lawyers in Penrith.


Alternatively, if your matter is at a different Court, you can still speak to our Traffic Lawyers that service the Fairfield area. 


Traffic offences may arise from a Driver Licence Suspension, Random Breath Test (RBT), Accumulation of Demerit Points or Police Infringements.


As one of the Fairfield’s premier Law Firms, we strive to service all areas of Fairfield and to provide quality legal services to all our clients regardless of their location.


The Fairfield Local Court generally deals with matters from the Fairfield City Police Area Command (PAC) which includes:


1. Fairfield Police Station;

2. Cabramatta Police Station; and

3. Wetherill Park Police Station.

Traffic Lawyers in Fairfield

  • Abbotsbury 2176

  • Bonnyrigg 2177

  • Bonnyrigg Heights 2177

  • Bossley Park 2176

  • Cabramatta 2166

  • Cabramatta West 2166

  • Canley Heights 2166

  • Canley Vale 2166

  • Carramar 2163

  • Cecil Park 2178

  • Edensor Park 2176

  • Fairfield 2165

  • Fairfield East 2165

  • Fairfield Heights 2165

  • Fairfield West 2165

  • Greenfield Park 2176

  • Horsley Park 2175

  • Lansvale 2166

  • Mount Pritchard 2170

  • Old Guildford 2161

  • Prairiewood 2176

  • Smithfield 2164

  • St Johns Park 2176

  • Wakeley 2176

  • Wetherill Park 2164

Practice Areas of Fairfield Traffic Lawyers

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A Driver Licence in Fairfield can be extremely valuable and the risk of losing your licence can be very stressful as it may also lead to a loss of employment, access to medical attention, access to family and many other luxuries.


Some Traffic Offences will not only lead to a loss of licence but potentially a criminal conviction or even prison time if the traffic offence is serious. Our Criminal Lawyers in Fairfield Service provide the top Fairfield Traffic Lawyers with years of experience and demonstrated success.


Some of the outcomes our Fairfield Traffic Lawyers have achieved include avoiding driver disqualification, automatic licence suspensions or a criminal record by being granted a 'section 10' or Conditional Release Order without Conviction.

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Our recognised Traffic Lawyers in Fairfield appear daily for various all driving offences and achieve the best possible outcome for our clients often with fixed fees and a free consultation.


If you are going to court for Drink Driving, Drug Driving, appealing an RMS Licence Suspension, Negligent Driving, Reckless Driving, Dangerous Driving or any Speeding or Traffic Infringement our lawyers are here to help. Contact Fairfield traffic lawyer today.



Drug driving can include a variety of offences, but the most common is generally an illicit drug or substance found in your system. This is generally a result of a RDT Random Drug Test which can locate a number of drugs including THC (which is the primary ingredient in marijuana/cannabis), MDMA (contained in party drugs such as ecstacy tablets), whilst other drugs such as heroin, amphetamines and cocaine can also be detected.


Drug in System is a different offence to Driving Under the Influence (DUI) which requires the prosecution to establish that you were influenced/affected by the drug at the time of your arrest or when brought to police attention.


It is important to prepare your case properly and speak to the top Fairfield Drug Driving Lawyers so proper advice can be given on the best way to run your matter and what will be required to prepare and secure the best possible result.

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The onus in proving any criminal offence always remains with the prosecution. The NSW Police or other Prosecuting authority must prove each element beyond reasonable doubt.


However, even in cases where an offence can be proven beyond reasonable doubt, an accused has the right to raise a legal defence to the charge. Such Legal Defence include self-defence, honest and reasonable mistake of fact, claim of right, duress, etc.


If you are going to Court and want to engage a specialist Court Trial or Court Defence Lawyer, contact us as soon as possible to discuss your case and the best way to prepare for a plea of not guilty and defence of the allegation.



Just because you are found guilty of an offence, it does not automatically mean you will be convicted. A conviction can cause significant difficulties for you in the future and can have ramifications on your employment, travel, custody of children and other areas of life.


There are three ways that a person who is found guilty of a NSW State offence, can avoid a conviction.


All these orders are made under the Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999 an include:


  1. Section 10 (1) (a) - complete dismissal of the charge;

  2. Section 10 (1) (c) - good behaviour bond for up to two years with an 'intervention plan' and

  3. Section 9 (1) (b) which is a 'conditional release order' as a good behaviour bond for up to two years.


If you want to avoid a criminal conviction for any criminal or traffic offence, call your Criminal Lawyer in Fairfield as soon as possible to arrange a free first consultation.

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If you wish to appeal a decision made by the RMS or the NSW Police to suspend your licence, you make a decision to elect to take the matter to court to try and get your licence back or have your suspension period reduced.


This process is called a Driver Licence Appeal.


To ensure you give yourself the best chance of a positive result, you should be represented by experienced, competent and highly regarded traffic lawyers with a history of successful results.


Our Criminal Lawyers in Fairfield, have the top Fairfield Traffic Lawyers to give you complete representation in successfully appealing your RMS Driver Licence Appeal.

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If you are found guilty by the Court, your punishment/penalty was too severe, you wish to challenge a traffic offence or an AVO Order you may wish to file an Appeal.


You do have a limited amount of time to file an Appeal so you should contact our Fairfield Appeal Lawyers as soon as possible to ensure the correct paperwork is lodged and you are not prevented from having your appeal heard because of an administrative issue.

Fairfield Local Court | Fairfield District Court 

Fairfield Court Contact details

Fairfield Court address

Cnr of Spencer St & Court Rd, Fairfield NSW 2165

Fairfield Court postal address

PO Box 201, Fairfield NSW 2165

Fairfield Court operating hours

Monday to Friday from 9am to 4:30pm

Fairfield Court telephone number

T: 1300 679 272 | fax: (02) 9794 7979

Fairfield Court email

Fairfield court website

Fairfield Local Court 

The Fairfield Local Court generally deals with matters from the Fairfield City Police Area Command (PAC) which includes: 

  1. Fairfield Police Station;

  2. Cabramatta Police Station; and

  3. Wetherill Park Police Station. 

Fairfield Court is in walking distance from Fairfield Train Station and there is sufficient parking in close proximity to the Court if you arrive by car. 


There are also a number of buses that service the local area and are accessible close to the Court.  

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