Prime Minister-elect Tony Abbott’s chief of staff Peta Credlin has had a drink driving charge dismissed by the ACT Magistrate’s Court, according to AAP.
Credlin was booked for low-range drink driving earlier this year, after being stopped by police after the Coalition’s reply to the Labor Government’s federal budget.
Prime Minister-elect's COS Peta Credlin escapes low-range DUI conviction on account of clean record and punishment it played out in media
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Magistrate Maria Doogan said the offence had been proved but dismissed the case, imposing neither a fine nor a driving disqualification, AAP reported.
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