Dangerous driving is defined as: a “marked departure” from the kind of driving that society expects from a reasonable person. A person can be charged with dangerous driving even if they did not drive dangerously, and even if no harm was caused.

If you are convicted of dangerous driving, you will live the rest of your life with a criminal record, and you will have your license revoked for at least a year, also insurance companies could deny you insurance for many years.

Dangerous driving charges are often prosecuted using civilian-witness testimony. This evidence is often proven unreliable with the support of a skilled defence lawyer and proper cross-examination of these witnesses.

I am Michael Bloom, a skilled defence lawyer who will aggressively fight the subjective and unreliable evidence that will be used against you.


Retaining my services will provide you with the best defence against a criminal record, and avoid you having to take the bus for the rest of your life. Call 604 603 5513 or submit a form here to arrange your FREE defence consultation.