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Criminal Lawyers in Sydney for Offences Against Public Justice

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Public justice offences encompass a wide range of conduct against the courts, judicial officers, witnesses and the justice system generally.

They include offences that may occur inside the courtroom, such as disrespectful conduct in court, contempt of court and perjury, as well as to conduct that can bring the system into disrepute and lead to unjust outcomes such as false accusations, hindering investigations, concealing offences, threatening witnesses or jurors and attempting to pervert the course of justice.

If you are going to court for an alleged offence against public justice, call Sydney Criminal Lawyers anytime on (02) 9261 8881 to arrange a free first consultation with an experienced defence lawyer who will advise you about the law, your options, the best way forward and fight for the optimal outcome.

Click on a link below for more information about a specific public justice offence.

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