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Criminal Lawyers Liverpool

Going to Court? CDLA are award winning criminal lawyers in Liverpool who provide the highest quality representation with 98% success, at affordable fixed fees, with over 40-years combined experience.

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Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia® are amongst Australia’s most respected and successful criminal lawyers in Liverpool. We appear regularly across all criminal courts specialising in criminal & traffic law.

Our Liverpool criminal lawyers and instructed barristers are highly experienced specialists who’re familiar with the Judges and Magistrates across all NSW criminal courts, including the Liverpool local court.

We have achieved the highest success across all types of criminal & traffic matters.

We have achieved:

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)


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    Bashir was able to get me an outcome far better than originally thought...

    Bashir was able to get me an outcome far better than originally thought. He was honest with his feedback and mindful that this was my first time dealing with any… By R.B. from Sydney on 09/06/2022
  • ★★★★★

    Extremely happy and humbled with the outcome Ahmad made happen...

    We were so satisfied and extremely happy and humbled with the outcome that Ahmad from CDLA made happen in the court today. So delighted and impressed with the immaculate service… By K.B. from Sydney on 08/06/2022
  • ★★★★★

    Keiran and Bashir were always contactable and able to quickly quash my concerns. I received a better outcome than I had ever expected!

    After a very brief consult with another law firm, I decided to try again and connected with Keiran Khan from CDLA. She immediately showed a genuine care factor and took… By A.N. from Sydney on 25/05/2022


Our Liverpool criminal lawyers are results-driven, who provide a highly personalised and custom tailored service of the highest quality representation at an affordable fixed fee.

Our track record of success in court is reflected in our awards, reviews & appearances on television, talk-back radio and leading newspapers for our expert legal insight.

Our track record of success includes:

Non-conviction sentence outcomes, even after pleading guilty
Countless ‘Not Guilty’ verdicts for jury trials and hearings
Early withdrawal of serious criminal charges through tactical negotiating
Avoiding full-time jail sentences for serious charges
  • Over 40 Yearsof Experience
  • Proven SuccessAustralia-Wide
  • Experienced DefenceLawyer Gaurantee
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Our Office

Level 2, 215-219 George St
Liverpool NSW 2170

Reach us on

(02) 8606 2218

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How to get to our criminal lawyers in Liverpool?

Our Liverpool criminal lawyers are located at level 2, 215-219 George St, Liverpool NSW 2170. It is situated only a short walking distance away from Liverpool court house and Liverpool train station.

There is plenty of parking available in the area, including road side parking, and Westfields shopping centre car park, which is only a short stroll away from our office.

Do we offer affordable Fixed Fees?

Fixed fees provide transparency and certainty. We offer affordable fixed fees for almost all criminal and traffic cases, including bail applications, domestic violence assaults, AVO cases, fraud, drugs, sexual assaults, appeals and traffic charges such as drink driving & dangerous driving.

Contact us today to get a fixed fee quote for your case during your first free consult with our Liverpool criminal lawyers.

You can also click here for a list of fixed fees for criminal & traffic cases.

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

Having a powerful good character or apology letter ready to use in your criminal or traffic sentence in court can convince the Judge or Magistrate to impose a more lenient sentence outcome- which can significantly improve your chances of avoiding a criminal or traffic conviction, and in more serious cases, to avoid full-time imprisonment.

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.

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

Do I have to attend court and talk?

This depends on the stage that your case is at, and whether you’re on bail conditions.

We can talk to you to determine if you’re required to attend and talk in court.

If you’re represented by a lawyer, you may not be required to appear in court. Our experienced lawyers will appear on your behalf and talk on your behalf in court.

If you wish to defend the allegations, we’ll attend court for you and enter a plea of ‘not guilty’. The Court will then make orders which’ll be explained to you by us beforehand.

If you wish to have the case quickly finalised and wish to plead guilty, then we’ll enter pleas of ‘guilty’ on your behalf in court. We’ll then ensure that you’re completely prepared for sentence beforehand. We’ll then make compelling submissions on your behalf to the Judge or Magistrate to get the best possible outcome for you.

Sometimes, it’s beneficial to give oral or written evidence to court. Our lawyers and instructed barristers can discuss this with you well beforehand to ensure you’re well prepared.

What do I say/not say in court?

If you’re ever in a position to talk to the Judge or Magistrate to respond to a question or wanting to say something in court, you must address the Judge or Magistrate as “Your Honour” before saying what you wish to say.

Be polite and do not talk over or interrupt the Judge or Magistrate. If your case is called, approach the bar table and address the Judge or Magistrate as “Your Honour”. Then mention your full name.

We can discuss this with you. We always advise our clients about this before going to court.

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