This browser does not support the video element.

Criminal Lawyers Blacktown

CDLA are Award Winning Criminal Lawyers in Sydney with over 40 Years Combined Experience.

CALL 24 HRS (02) 86062218


Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia® are amongst Australia’s most respected and successful criminal lawyers in Blacktown who regularly appear across all courts specialising only in serious criminal & traffic law cases.

Our leading criminal lawyers and instructed barristers are experienced and familiar with the Judges and Magistrates across all criminal courts in NSW.

We’ve achieved high success across all criminal & traffic charges for over two decades.

We’ve been awarded & rated:

Over 200 five-star online reviews by our clients
Awarded ‘Three Best Rates Criminal Lawyers’ 2nd year running (by Three Best Rated 2021)
Awarded ‘Best Criminal Lawyers’ 2nd year running (by Best in Au 2021)
Awarded ‘Leading Specialist in Criminal Defence Law’ 2nd year running (by APAC Legal Awards 2021)
Awarded ‘Leading Specialist in Criminal Defence Law’ 2nd year running (by Global 100 Awards 2021)
Awarded ‘Complex Fraud Law Firm of the Year’ (by ACQ5 Global Law Awards 2021)
Awarded ‘Assaults Law Firm of the Year’ (by ACQ5 Global Law Awards 2021)


  • ★★★★★

    Emerson for driving and weapon charges which he got all charges dropped...

    I was represented by Emerson Lamarre from CDLA for driving offences and possession of weapon charges which he got all chargers dropped for me. I could not have asked for… By B.F. from Sydney on 22/11/2023
  • ★★★★★

    Incredibly grateful to Alex and Emerson, who provided exceptional representation in my recent court case...

    I am incredibly grateful to Alex and Emerson, who provided exceptional representation in my recent court case. Their extensive expertise and strategic approach gave me the best result in court.… By J.C. from Sydney on 27/11/2023
  • ★★★★★

    Ibrahim and Emerson were amazing as my lawyers for court...

    Ibrahim and Emerson were amazing as my lawyers for court. They were professional, knowledgeable, and provided excellent support throughout my whole case. They went above and beyond to make sure… By E.A. from Sydney on 24/11/2023


Our Blacktown criminal lawyers are results-driven who provide clients with a custom tailored highly personalised service with the highest quality legal representation at an affordable fixed fee.

Our expertise and high quality service is also reflected in our awards, ratings and appearances on TV, talk-back radio and leading newspapers for our expert legal insight as leaders in criminal & traffic law.

We hold a proven track record of success for over two decades in:

Achieving section 10 non-conviction outcomes
Securing ‘Not Guilty’ verdicts in trials and hearing
Negotiating to get serious charges withdrawn early
Avoiding full-time jail sentences for serious charges
  • Over 40 Yearsof Experience
  • Proven SuccessAustralia-Wide
  • Experienced DefenceLawyer Gaurantee
CALL a lawyer now

Our Office

Level 1, Suite 3C 115 Main St020
Blacktown NSW 2148

Reach us on

(02) 8606 2218

Email Us At


How to get to our criminal lawyers Blacktown office?

Our Blacktown criminal lawyers office is located in the heart of Blacktown at level 1, suite 3C, 115 Main St, Blacktown NSW 2148. It’s only a 5-10 minute walk from the Blacktown train station and the Blacktown Local Court house.

There is plenty of convenient parking spots available in-front of and behind our office.

Do we offer affordable Fixed Fees?

Yes. We offer affordable fixed fees for most criminal and traffic cases. This includes bail applications, domestic violence assaults, AVOs, fraud, drugs, sexual assaults, appeals and traffic charges such as drink driving & negligent driving.

Fixed fees provide transparency and reduces the stresses of paying legal fees. Our lawyers can provide you with an affordable fixed fee during your first free consultation with us.

Click here for a list of our affordable fixed fees for criminal & traffic cases.

What happens after I’m charged by police?

A charge occurs when you’re served with a ‘Court Attendance Notice’ (‘CAN’) by police. The CAN will outline when and where you must next appear in court to face the allegation(s). It will also outline the specific section of the legislation and brief outline of the allegations.

After receiving the CAN document, we’ll ask you to provide us this so that we can further advice and guide you in preparation for your next court date.

After being charged, you may be granted or refused bail. Our lawyers are available to appear in court to make urgent bail applications.

How to get a non-conviction outcome in court?


You will avoid getting a criminal conviction/record if:
  1. You plead guilty and convince the Judge or Magistrate to give you a section 10 non-conviction sentence; or
  2. The court finds you ‘not guilty’ after hearing evidence from both sides in a defended hearing or trial; or
  3. The court dismisses the charge(s) under the mental health grounds such as section 32 Mental Health (Forensic Provisions) Act.

Our criminal lawyers can discuss each of these options with you, and work towards achieving it.

Can I negotiate with police to withdraw charges early?

Yes, you can negotiate with police to get charges dropped early, saving costly legal fees & stresses of having to go to court.

The chances of success depend on a case by case basis together with the strengths and weaknesses of the police evidence, and the timing of the negotiations. Our lawyers specialise in this. We can discuss this with you to provide you with a full case appraisal.

Do I have to write a good character and apology letter for court?

If being sentenced in court for a criminal or traffic charge, a powerful good character & apology letter for court can be used to convince the Judge or Magistrate to impose a lighter sentence.

This can significantly increase your chances of avoiding a conviction, and in more serious cases, avoid full-time jail.

Our lawyers can discuss this further and guide you through it.

Click here for a step-by-step guide on good character letters.

Click here for a step-by-step guide on apology letters.

Top Articless

Our Areas of Expertise