Criminal and Traffic Lawyers for Fairfield Local Court
Fairfield Local Court is a small but busy courthouse servicing Sydney’s West, approximately 29 kms from the CBD.
The local court is situated on the corner of Court Road and Spencer Street and is within walking distance of the local train station.
Many Sydney Bus and Train services run to Fairfield.
We know how to get you the best possible result in Fairfield Court.
The types of criminal cases heard in Fairfield Local Court include:
- Drink driving, driving whilst suspended or disqualified, and other traffic cases
- Drug possession and small drug supply cases
- Common assault and assault occasioning actual bodily harm cases
- Apprehended violence orders (AVOs)
- Fraud, larceny and property offences
- Indecent assault and child abuse material cases
- Firearms offences
- Bail applications, sentencing hearings, section 32 applications, committal hearings, and defended hearings
For outstanding representation in Fairfield Local Court at a reasonable price, contact Sydney Criminal Lawyers® today for a free first appointment.
Call on (02) 9261 8881
Recent Cases at Fairfield Local Court
In Fairfield Court, Sydney Criminal Lawyers® obtained a 'Section 10' (no conviction or disqualification) for a 26 year old Guildford man who pleaded guilty to his 5th 'Drive Whilst Disqualified' offence.
The man has an extensive driving history which also includes numerous Negligent Driving offences and many Speeding Offences, including more than 30kph over the limit. He was already disqualified until 2016.
He had previously been sentenced to Community Service for 'Drive Whilst Disqualified' was very concerned that he would be sent to gaol.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers® nevertheless persuaded the Magistrate to give him hope for the future and not to convict him on this occasion.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers® obtained a 'Section 10' (no conviction or disqualification) in Fairfield Local Court for a 26 year old Bonnyrigg man who pleaded guilty to 'drive whilst suspended'.
Our client was very pleased considering that he had accumulated over 40 demerit point during his relatively-short driving career and was previously convicted and sentenced to 18 months periodic detention for 'drive recklessly / furiously / in manner / at speed dangerous'.