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Drink driving pleas

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Details

Thursday 30 March 2017, 1 – 2pm

Time: 1:00 PM -2:00 PM
Venue: Webinar
Log in details will be sent when you register
Cost: $88 members,
$115 non-members (Inc. GST)

Registration

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This seminar will examine recent changes to the law, including recent Court of Appeal and Supreme Court cases, changes to the definition of ‘repeat offender’, interlock licences, work licences and more. Cases to be discussed include Burow v The Queen and Stoehr v Meyer.

Speaker

Paul Edmonds, Paul Edmonds & Associates

Paul has been a solicitor in NSW and the ACT for over 20 years, specialising in criminal defence work for the past twelve.

Details

  • When: Thursday 30 March 2017, 1 – 2pm
  • Where: This is a webinar. When you register, you will be sent details of how to log in to the session.
  • Members will earn 1 CPD unit in Core Area 4
  • Cost (incl GST): $88 members, $115 non-members, $25 students/CLCs
  • Registrations close COB Monday 27 March

Please note:

  • Access to this recorded webinar will expire twelve months from the recorded date
  • CPD points will accrue to the purchaser only

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