What to do if you have been charged with a criminal offence?
Have you been charged for a crime and are you going to be prosecuted by the WA Police Prosecution Service, WA Director of Public Prosecutions or the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions?
If you have been charged with a criminal offence you have the legal right to competent legal representation. Even if you are innocent it is crucial that you speak to a criminal defence lawyer without hesitation and certainly before you speak to the police.
An allegation of criminal offending is a serious matter. Any person facing a serious criminal charge is at risk of immediate imprisonment.
The criminal justice system does not discriminate between types of personalities. People from all walks of life with a good education and unblemished backgrounds walk through the doors of our criminal law firm charged with serious criminal offences seeking competent criminal legal representation.
There is, of course, the emotional side of being charged with a criminal offence. We understand the emotional stress you face when confronted by police, often on the doorstep of your home, and are then taken to the police lockup, pressured into participating in a visually recorded interview and charged and kept in custody or released on police bail to appear in court sometime in the not too distant future.
Your first and subsequent appearances in court simply intensify the emotional stress that you feel as well as the stress on your family and friends. Criminal courts are not nice places. Criminal courts are a shocking experience to those that have been there before, let alone those that are there for the first time.
With extensive experience in dealing with a range of criminal cases, we have become one of Perth’s most recognised law firms specialising in criminal defence law. We are determined to provide legal services that you can trust and be confident that our lawyers are looking after you every step of the way.
Scope of Advice
Our lawyers routinely provide representation for:
- Armed robbery
- Money laundering
- Fraud including commonwealth offences
- Serious assaults and wounding
- Historical Child Sex offences
- Sexual penetration
- Indecent dealing
- Weapons offences
If you have been charged with a criminal offence then call us on 0422 656 589 (or fill in the contact form on this page) to make an appointment with one of our experienced lawyers to discuss your case.
The above represents information only and is not to be taken as providing legal advice. It is purposely written in non-technical legal language in order to be understood by a wide audience of people from all types of backgrounds. If you want to know more about this topic you are advised to contact us or call one of our criminal lawyers directly on 0422 656 589, or speak to a lawyer of your choosing.