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Man Avoids Demerit Points Suspension After Breaching Good Behaviour Licence

Our 33-year-old client who due to committing a number of traffic offences, had accumulated more than 13 demerit points in one year. Instead of accepting a driver licence suspension period, he elected to be on a good behaviour licence for a period of 12 months. This means that if our client committed a further traffic ...continue reading

ACT Magistrates Court agrees to not impose a criminal record after our client pleaded guilty to assaulting her mother

Our client is a 33 year old woman who lives in Canberra, ACT. She first came across our criminal defence law firm in Sydney online, after searching for a lawyer who specialises in cases involving defendants who suffer from significant mental health issues. Our client was charged with Common Assault against her mother. Her case was ...continue reading

Mother avoids a criminal conviction after pleading guilty to shoplifting

  Our 30-year-old client was charged and pleaded guilty to shoplifting after she attempted to take various clothing items from Myer, Parramatta. She is a mother of two young children who were with her at the time. After taking the tags off various items of clothing, she placed them in a compartment in her children’s ...continue reading

Section 10 dismissal after pleading guilty to 2 counts of common assault against autistic daughter

Our client is a 53 year old woman who not only works full-time, but is also the sole carer for her autistic adult daughter was charged with two counts of common assault. In early 2019, our client was charged with two counts of Common Assault (Domestic Violence related). This particular offence carries a maximum penalty ...continue reading

Prosecution convinced to withdraw common assault charge on morning of hearing at Sutherland Local Court

Our client is a 41 year old Vietnamese woman who is in Australia on a student visa. She was living with her husband in Carlton but moved to Melbourne after the court proceedings started. Our client has a limited grasp of English. In June 2018, our client got into an argument and fight with her ...continue reading

Court convinced not to impose a licence disqualification after client pleads guilty to driving while suspended

Our 28-year-old client who is a sole provider for his young family had received a notice of suspension of his driver licence from the RMS for 3 months as a result of exceeding the demerit point limit. He received this due to committing 4 relevant traffic offences, including disobeying traffic lights, parking in a disabled ...continue reading

Received No Criminal Record After Pleading Guilty to Larceny Charges

Our 28-year-old client who lives and works in Sydney CBD was charged for stealing $359.90 worth of clothing from MYER Sydney. He was armed at the time with a magnetic security tag detacher which he used to remove tags from the clothing within the change rooms of the store. When police charged him with Larceny ...continue reading

Supreme Court Bail Granted After Local Court and Police Refused Bail

Our 23-year-old client was refused bail by police and held in custody. He had an urgent need to undergo psychiatric mental health treatment. He was charged with a string of sexual assault counts, including sexual intercourse with a child, possessing and producing child abuse material and possessing prohibited drug. He had made alleged admissions to ...continue reading

High Range Drink Driver 0.258 Reading Avoids Jail After Pleading Guilty at the Wollongong Local Court

Our 31-year old client was stopped and arrested with a high range drink driving charge by police and managed to avoid full-time prison, getting a sentenced with an intensive correction order for 13-months despite the aggravating features of his case involving a very high reading of 0.258, driving erratically, the number of people who were ...continue reading

Common Assault Charges Dismissed in Court After a Successful s32 Mental Health Application

Our 25-year old client is works full time in the IT sector and lives at home with his mother. He suffers from High Functioning Autism (also known as Aspergers Syndrome). This condition means that he has difficulties reading the social cues of others and further difficulties in social interactions. He also struggles with non-verbal communication. ...continue reading

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