53 Year old woman received a sentence with without a conviction for assault occasioning actual bodily harm

Our client 53 year old woman from Merrylands was charged by the police with assault occasioning actual bodily harm under s59(1) of the Crimes Act 1900 (NSW). This charge carries a maximum penalty of up to 5 years imprisonment. The police alleged that she got into a physical scuffle with the alleged victim after grabbing ...continue reading

Non conviction, no loss of licence for driving with illicit substance in system

Our client is a 60 year old man who lives in the Liverpool area. The police charged him with driving with illicit drugs present in his blood under section 111(1)(a) of the Road Transport Act 2013 (NSW). He appeared at the Liverpool Local Court where he entered a plea of guilty to the charge on ...continue reading

Police Drop Domestic Violence Assault Charges in Court After Extensive Negotiations Between Police and Our Criminal Lawyers

Our 48 year old client worked as a laser printing operator and lived in Sydney’s Western Suburbs. He was recently married and had no previous criminal convictions against his name. At the time of being charged by police, he had plans to travel overseas for his honeymoon after the court hearing. For that reason, he ...continue reading

Prosecution withdraw assault and property damage charges after alleged victim didn’t attend hearing at Fairfield Court

Our client was a 34-year-old man who is a hard working and a reputable member of the community. He volunteered his time to promote a harmonious relationship amongst Australian citizens, Indian migrants, and the society in general by cultivating mutual respect through increased social interaction, sports, recreation, and other voluntary activities of significant community benefit. ...continue reading

Found Not Guilty for Assault Charge Even With Strong Police Evidence 

Our 35 year old client was found not guilty after a defended hearing involving a charge of assault occasioning actual bodily harm. The charge also accompanies an apprehended domestic violence order. The alleged victim who made the complaint to police was his wife who also share custody arrangements with their two young children.  Our client was an ...continue reading

Avoiding Prison after Stealing $129,995

No Prison for 35 year old for stealing $129,995 over 4 years – Local Court Sentence Our client managed to avoid prison when sentenced to an intensive corrections order after pleading guilty to 19 charges of stealing up to $129,995 over a 4 year period from the Social Club Credit Union Account while in the ...continue reading

Alternative to Full Time Prison for Failing to Provide Child with Medical Attention

Alternative to full time prison for mother sentenced for failing to provide child with medical attention and intentionally provide false information to police Our client was charged with two offences: Failing to provide her two and a half year old son with medical attention after son’s father brutally assaulted child causing danger of death to ...continue reading

Defence of Importing Commercial Quantity of Border Controlled Drugs Charge

Importing commercial quantity of border controlled drug – 307.1 Criminal Code (Commonwealth) – 1.5 kg MDMA Our British client resided and worked as a real estate agent, and events manager in night clubs in Dubai for 12 months before travelling on a first class flight to Sydney to take a small holiday and meet his ...continue reading

Lenient Sentence for Intentionally Damaging Property

Section 10 for plea of guilty to causing $1500 damages to BMW car Our client was so drunk he didn’t remember violently kicking the left hand side of a new black BMW in Surry Hills. He kicked the front passenger side, stumbled back and proceeded to kick the door and revision mirror numerous times until ...continue reading

Not Guilty for Armed Intimidation

Not Guilty for Armed with Intent to Commit Indictable Offence charge Our client was found not guilty following a defended hearing run by our team of specialist criminal defence lawyers for the charge of armed with a hammer with an intention to commit an indictable offence being intimidation. The offence of armed with intent to ...continue reading

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