"Nothing to hide nothing to fear", right?
(Please note this does NOT apply to the people in government, as many of their documents are sealed never to be released to the public).
How about "Do the crime do the time"?
Unless you've been a 'free man' traveler in the Australian outback, where the mainstream media radio waves cannot reach your television or radio, you would know that the authorities advertise that drink driving is not acceptable behaviour.
Well one New South Wales 'judge' doesn't seem to think so.
Paul Conlon (pictured above) reckons that if you're a "person of good character", where you've been sentenced before to a 6 months prison term for drink driving, he will get you out of gaol (proper Australian term for "jail').
Apparently a Brazilian national Arthur Rohsig (pictured centre) was drink driving in Australia, where he accumulated 36 demerit points and his blew a breath test reading of 0.172.
The police have stated that he had “no regard for Australian law” and was “a danger to himself and others”, but (naturally) the police were unable to revoke his Brazilian licence.
As a result of his 'crime' he was sentenced in July to serve six months in the slammer but good ol' Paul Conlon got him out.
As a consolation prize though drink driver Arthur will be apparently deported.
So the message is loud and clear from (judge) Paul Conlon, if you want to drink drive and your a "person of good character" (whatever that means) he'll let you off the hook.
It might help if you're visiting here too.
DRINK DRIVERS REJOICE !!! !!! !!!