No Criminal Record For Explosives And Firearms Offences

Our client is a 26-year-old member of the Australia Defence Force. He was charged with 5 offences of possessing explosives and prohibited weapons. He was suspended without pay from the Defence Force pending the outcome of the charges. Once he contacted our firm, we immediately commenced negotiations which resulted in police withdrawing 3 of the ....

No Conviction for ‘Deemed Supply’ of 12 Ecstacy Tablets

Our client is a 27-year-old apprentice plumber from Sydney. Police observed him walking along a footpath with another person outside a popular annual music festival. As our client was adjusting his pants, a single brown pill fell out of his pocket onto the ground. Police saw this, approached and showed him identification. Our client then ....

Not Guilty of All 16 Sexual Assault Charges

Our client is a 33-year-old employee at Woolworths, who faced several sexual assault allegations brought by a female work colleague. From the very start, our client vehemently denied ever having any sexual or inappropriate relations with the complainant. 16 separate sexual assault charges were brought by the prosecution, and our client was intent on defending all ....

Not Guilty of Commercial Drug Importation

Our three clients are all Indonesian nationals who were crew members aboard a ship headed for Australia. The ship’s cargo-hold was altered to increase its capacity, containing a speed boat and dozens of ‘Prada’ bags filled with a total of over 600 kilograms of heroin. The ship anchored approximately two kilometres from Australian shores, and ....

Not Guilty of Attempted Murder

Our client is a 39-year-old computer consultant and family man from Sydney’s western suburbs. The family’s sleeping arrangements were that our client would sleep in a bedroom with his 7-year-old daughter, while his wife slept in another bedroom with their 4-month-old daughter. It was not in dispute that on the day in question, our client ....

Not Guilty of Stealing from Employer and Police Ordered to Pay Costs

Our client was a working for a large Australian telecommunications company when he allegedly ordered six iPhones worth $4000, without authorisation, using his user name and password. Police alleged that he in fact received and kept the phones without paying for them, and charged him with ‘larceny as a clerk or servant’ under section 156 ....

Mental Health Application Successful for Indecent Exposure

Our client is a 26-year-old man undertaking a Masters of Accounting degree. On his first and second day of studies, he exposed himself to two visiting high school students in the throes of physical pleasure. Each complainant reported the matter to university security. On the third day at the university, our client was recognised by ....

Not Guilty of Assault Occasioning Actual Bodily Harm

Our client is a 29-year-old unemployed woman who was already on bail for assault offences. It was alleged that she became involved in a heated dispute with a female neighbour at her apartment complex in Western Sydney. The neighbour alleged that our client raised her voice and insulted her before punching her in the face, ....