Being prosecuted for a criminal or traffic offence can be a daunting and stressful experience, but going to court can be a little easier when you are familiar with what to expect, and informed of your options as well as the best way forward.
Below is a wealth of information about the criminal law process – from a step-by-step guide on representing yourself in court, to an outline of the stages of District and Supreme Court jury trials, to an explanation of ‘non-conviction’ and mental health orders, to guides on preparing character references and letters of apology which are designed to help you achieve the best possible outcome in court.
If you are going to court and would like to arrange a free first conference with an experienced criminal or traffic defence lawyer, call us anytime on (02) 9261 8881.
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