QLD Health worker faces Roma court for unlicensed driving
A health worker has been sent to court after being caught driving unlicensed from a SPER suspension.
Police prosecutor sergeant Heather Whiting said Brett Andrew McGrath was observed by police driving when police checks revealed he was unlicensed around midnight on December 10, 2020, the Roma Magistrates Court heard on February 3.
McGrath, representing himself, told the court he is a shift worker for Queensland Health.
Magistrate Peter Saggers said McGrath got seven demerit points over the past year and told him to be careful if he’s racking up points.
McGrath pleaded guilty to driving without a licence while SPER suspended and was fined $150 with a conviction recorded on his traffic history.