BORDER legal service fights for motorists left stranded by NSW drink-driving interlock law

By Anthony Bunn
Updated July 17 2015 - 8:00am, first published July 16 2015 - 11:26am
Offering support: Hume Riverina Community Legal Service's Sarah Rodgers is trying to solve a border anomaly involving motorists. Picture: DAVID THORPE
Offering support: Hume Riverina Community Legal Service's Sarah Rodgers is trying to solve a border anomaly involving motorists. Picture: DAVID THORPE

A BORDER legal service is fighting for motorists hit by a NSW drink-driving law which puts them off the road because they're Victorian.

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