CLCP Resumes Local Court Duty Service

Parramatta Local Court (2)

After a long absence due to COVID-19 Stay-at-home orders, our CLCP solicitors have returned to the Local Court of NSW to provide face-to-face assistance to people with traffic law matters, including red light offences, speeding offences, driving under the influence, licence suspensions and other general traffic fines. Since returning, our solicitors have assisted more than 60 clients with matters in the Local Court.  

We will be at the Courts for the next two weeks before a short hiatus over the New Year break. We return the week commencing Monday 17 January.  

Alongside our duty service, we also offer all clients who are eligible follow-up legal advice on paying their fines debt through a Work and Development Order (WDO). WDOs allow people who may be unable to pay a fine to repay their debt through volunteer activities, counselling, courses, treatment programs and other approved activities. Through this initiative, we have assisted clients in undertaking meaningful activities to repay fines and develop long-lasting skills to prevent reoffending and improve their circumstances.  

If you have a traffic matter, you can contact us before your court date by completing our online form, or calling us on (02) 8833 0911.  

You can also find us on your court date at:  

  • Blacktown Local Court every Tuesday;   
  • Mount Druitt Local Court every Wednesday;   
  • Parramatta Local Court every Thursday  
  • Penrith Local Court every Thursday; and
  • Windsor Local Court on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month.   
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