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Suspension of 3 Months Reduced to 2 Weeks | Jameson Law

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On this occasion, our senior Solicitor Wissam Philopos represented a woman at Parramatta Local Court for a Licence Suspension Appeal against Transport for NSW. Our client faced a 3-month suspension from Transport for NSW.

Our client has a strong need for a licence. She currently is taking care of her ill father in Tamworth. She also is required multiple times a week to assist her Children and Grandchildren in Sydney. She is required to travel between Tamworth and Sydney multiple times a week and therefore she must have a licence in order to look after her father and family.

Our representation of our client resulted in the court reducing the original suspension of 3 months to the small time of 2 weeks. Our client was understandably pleased with this result as she is now able to continue caring for her family after an extremely small amount of time off the road.

That result was achieved by the persistent hard work of our solicitor, Mr Philopos. Mr Philopos ensured no stone was left unturned in relation to the preparation of the case. His attention to our clients strong grounds for an appeal and special circumstances ensured that he was able to get the best possible result for our client. He ensured that our client’s case was strongly supported with subjective material such as character references and affidavits from family members supporting her need for a licence.

This case illustrates the importance of quality representation and the value of a solicitor like Mr Philopos who cares for his client’s circumstances and will work hard to ensure their case is prepared and presented in a way that ensures the Court gives full effect to every factor in a client’s favour.


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