Many, many people have been charged with a drink driving offence and have received a notice to attend court. For most of these people, this is a totally foreign experience for them as they have never been to court before. Some see a lawyer, and some decide to try their luck and go it alone. I’m never one […]Read More →
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One of the most intriguing and unusual matters, from a number of perspectives, that I have undertaken in my career as a criminal lawyer, happened a number of years ago and ironically started off as what appeared to be a very mundane matter. I acted for an asian student who had been charged with the […]Read More →
Recently I acted for a man who had been charged with assault occasioning actual bodily harm. The Police had also taken out an Apprehended Domestic Violence Order on behalf of the victim, a lady that my client had been supposed to marry. My client had no matters of violence at all on his criminal record, […]Read More →