Wyong Drink Driving Lawyers

Wyong Drink Driving Lawyers  |   Drink Driving Solicitors

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Drink driving is a serious offence and can result in the disqualification of your licence, a criminal conviction, a fine and in some cases a term of imprisonment.

It is very important to get the best possible legal advice and representation from a criminal and traffic lawyer who is an expert in dealing with these matters on a regular basis in Wyong Local Court.

Lamont Lawyers are located in Wyong.

Getting the best possible result starts with a knowledge of the local court system and its people.

We have the local expertise to get you the best possible outcome.

We know what to say and we know what not to say when you go to court.

We understand that being disqualified from have a driving license can be devastating for you and your family. We know how to prepare and advocate in Wyong Local Court in relation to your matter.

Our team of drink driving lawyers provide expert and affordable legal representation.

Call our criminal law hotline on         (02) 4312 4304

24 hours a day, 7 days per week.

Speak to one of our team of Wyong drink driving lawyers. You need advice and representation  as early as possible to get the best possible outcome. We will comprehensively discuss your matter and ensure that you are expertly represented in court.


What Clients Say:

“We found the whole experience in dealing with Lamont Law extremely professional. Thank you.”

Call our Wyong Drink Driving Lawyers  24 hours, 7 days

0243 124 304

Lamont Law specialise in criminal law. If you have been charged with a criminal offence, you need expert legal advice. Our lawyers have a proven track record of excellence.

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