fbpx

Criminal Law

Criminal Law


Areas of Practice Description

We advise and provide representation in all jurisdictions including Local, District and Supreme Courts.

Our areas of practice include:

  • Advice and defence of prosecutions by WorkCover
  • Apprehended violence orders (AVOs)
  • Assaults
  • Bail Applications
  • Breaches of State Acts involving licensing in various industries tax and other applications
  • Confiscation of assets under both State and Federal Jurisdictions for proceeds of crime
  • Corporations Act proceedings and ASIC prosecutions
  • Customs Excise
  • Drugs offences
  • Fraud
  • Manslaughter and Murder
  • Tax Fraud
  • Traffic offences
  • Sentence Appeal

The firm maintains relationships with experienced criminal barristers who are able to conduct advocacy in any jurisdiction of the State or in any Federal Court as required by the client.

We are also able to assist clients who have been criminally prosecuted from foreign jurisdiction. We are a key member of Lawyers Associated Worldwide (LAW) and IR Global we can connect our clients to over 850 firms in 150 different legal jurisdictions.

We can be contacted 24 hours a day with after hours contact phone numbers on our office answering service.


Request a Free Consultation

Consult with our experienced team for complete solutions to your legal issues.


Latest News


Former De La Salle Revesby Student Awarded $1.5 Million for Child Sexual Abuse

On 5 October 2018, the Supreme Court of New South Wales entered Judgment in favour of a Plaintiff who... Read More
South Australian School Teacher Jailed

South Australian School Teacher Jailed

Former South Australian School Teacher Jailed for Abusing Students Stephen John Hamra, a former primary school teacher at St Ignatius... Read More
Pseudonyms in Historical Sexual Abuse

Pseudonyms in Historic Child Sexual Abuse

The Use of Suppression Orders and Pseudonyms in Historic Child Sexual Abuse Cases A common barrier to seeking compensation for... Read More
jQuery(document).ready(function(){});