Fairfield Court | Fairfield Police Station

Going to Fairfield Court? If you’ve been charged, you’ll be required to attend court to face the charge(s) in court.

Fairfield Local court hears all criminal and traffic cases. The Fairfield court house consists of multiple court rooms. Each court room has a Magistrate or Judge who presides over the days’ cases throughout the weekday.

Fairfield local court hears all bail applications, sentences, hearings and certain appeals.

Fairfield is located about 23km west of Sydney CBD. It’s one of the most multicultural and diverse cities in the nation. Fairfield is considered a western suburb of Sydney, NSW.

If you’re required to appear at Fairfield court for a charge, call our team for a FREE 1st consult for legal advice today. Our 24/7 legal hotline is (02) 8606 2218.

Our team regularly appear at Fairfield local court, and we’re familiar with the Magistrates who preside there.

Why Call Us?

Don’t risk your future. Call us for legal advice. We have over two decades of experience appearing at Fairfield Court with outstanding results.

We’ve been awarded & rated:

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We’ve achieved proven success in:

  • Getting non-conviction section 10 sentences
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We’re an award winning team available 24/7 who provide a PERSONALISED SERVICE with HIGH SUCCESS. We also provide one FREE consultation and FIXED FEES across criminal and traffic charges at Fairfield Court.

Going to Fairfield Court?

Fairfield local court consists of a number of court rooms inside the building. Each court room has a Judge or Magistrate who presides over the days’ cases.

Fairfield court house opens at 9am. However, the individual court rooms inside opens their doors at 9:30am when cases begin to be heard.

 

Fairfield Court Contact Details

Fairfield court address Cnr of Spencer St & Court Rd, Fairfield NSW 2165
Fairfield Court Postal address PO Box 201, Fairfield NSW 2165
Fairfield court operating hours Monday to Friday from 9am to 4:30pm
Fairfield court phone number T: 1300 679 272 | fax: (02) 9794 7979
Fairfield Court email local-court-fairfield@justice.nsw.gov.au 
Fairfield court website http://www.localcourt.justice.nsw.gov.au

Fairfield court is a short walk away from the Fairfield train station and Fairfield police station. There’s plenty of parking spot available in the nearby vicinity, and across the road.

Methods of getting to Fairfield Court include:

  • Drive. There’s plenty of parking available.
  • Train. Fairfield train station is a very short walk from the court house.
  • Bus. A main bus stop is located next to the train station.

Fairfield Police Station

Fairfield Police Station Address 40-42 Smart St, Fairfield NSW 2165
Fairfield Police Station Postal address Same as above.
Fairfield Police Station operating hours 24 Hours, 7 Days a Week
Fairfield Police Station phone number T: (02) 9728 8399 | fax: (02) 9728 8311
Fairfield Police Station website https://www.police.nsw.gov.au/

Know your rights and what to expect before talking to police.

Don’t risk it. If you’re required to attend Fairfield police station for questioning or to be charged, call our 24/7 legal hotline now (02) 8606 2218.

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