If successful, this legal argument means you can avoid a disqualification or penalty points on your license.
The four criteria below MUST be present before the court can even consider finding special reasons:
- The reason must be a mitigating or extenuating circumstance;
- It must not amount to a defence to the allegation;
- It must be directly connected to the offence itself; and
- It must be something that the court should properly consider when imposing punishment.