Recent Client Cases

Some Recent Successful Client Cases

Sexual offences / Sexual Offences involving children

  1. AA pleaded guilty to 5 counts of Using an electronic communication with intent to expose a person believed to be under the age of 16 years to indecent matter and 1 count of using an electronic communication with intent to procure a person believed to be under the age of 16 years to engage in sexual activity.  Given the seriousness of the offences, the average term of imprisonment for matters like this ranges from 2 – 8 years in prison.  The Court imposed a term of imprisonment for only 9 months, eligible for parole after serving 4 ½ months.

 

Negotiating – Discontinuing or downgrading matters

  1. The Police interviewed BB. The Police then told BB that they would charge her with 2 counts of Common Assault.  After negotiating the matter with the Police, the Police decided to not charge BB with any criminal matters.
  2. CC was charged with 1 count of aggravated assault occasioning bodily harm.  After negotiating the matter with Police Prosecutors, the Police downgraded the charge to 1 count of aggravated common assault.  The Court imposed a fine and his application for a spent conviction was successful.
  3. DD was charged with 1 count of Threats to injure and 1 x Unlawful Damage.  After negotiating the matter with the Police, the Police discontinued the Threats to injure charge.  DD only pleaded guilty to 1 count of Unlawful Damage.  The Court imposed a fine and his application for a spent conviction was successful.

 

Negotiating alleged facts and sentencing matters

  1. EE was charged with 1 count of No Authority to Drive – Cancelled.  There was a significant risk EE would receive an immediate term of imprisonment due to this being a reoccurring offence. The Court imposed a suspended term of imprisonment for 6 months and 1 day, suspended for 24 months and a further 9 month driving disqualification.
  2. FF was charged with 1 count of Aggravated Assault Occasioning Bodily Harm.  The offence was committed using a weapon. The Court imposed a 6- month Conditional Release Order and his application for a spent conviction was successful.
  3. GG was charged with 1 count of Common Assault.  After negotiating the alleged facts, Police Prosecutors agreed to amend the statement of material facts.  The Court imposed a fine and his application for a spent conviction was successful.
  4. HH was charged with 1 count of Threats to destroy, damage, endanger or harm property.  The Court imposed a 6 – month Conditional Release Order and his application for a spent conviction was successful.
  5. II was charged with 2 counts of Common Assault. The offences were committed in the company of another.  The offences were also serious due to the injuries suffered by the complainants.  The Court imposed a fine and his application for a spent conviction was successful.

 

VRO matters

  1. JJ was charged one count of Breach of a Violence Restraining Order.  After negotiating the matter with Police Prosecutors, the Police discontinued the JJ’s criminal matter.
  2. KK was served an interim Family Violence Restraining Order.  After negotiating the matter with the other party, the other party agreed to withdraw their application for a Family Violence Restraining Order, and enter a mutual undertaking.
  3. LL was charged with 36 counts of Breach of a Violence Restraining Order. The offences occurred over a long period of time.  The Court imposed a fine and his application for a spent conviction was successful.

Client Testimonials

What Our Clients Have To Say
Testimonial by AA was charged with 3 counts of sexual penetration against a child under 16 years (lineal relative) and 2 counts of indecent dealing with child under 16 years (lineal relative). He pleaded not guilty and was acquitted of all counts at Trial.
Thank you. I feel like I am getting my life back.
AA was charged with 3 counts of sexual penetration against a child under 16 years (lineal relative) and 2 counts of indecent dealing with child under 16 years (lineal relative). He pleaded not guilty and was acquitted of all counts at Trial.
Testimonial by BB was charged 1 count of serious assault against a taxi driver. The Court imposed a fine and his Application for Spent Conviction was successful.
Thank you very much for everything you achieved for me. I am delighted.
BB was charged 1 count of serious assault against a taxi driver. The Court imposed a fine and his Application for Spent Conviction was successful.
Testimonial by DD pleaded guilty to 2 counts of historical sexual offences against a child under 13 years of age. The Court imposed an imprisonment for a term of 2 years, which was suspended for 2 years with program and supervision orders.
Thank you so much. I was expecting an immediate term of imprisonment.
DD pleaded guilty to 2 counts of historical sexual offences against a child under 13 years of age. The Court imposed an imprisonment for a term of 2 years, which was suspended for 2 years with program and supervision orders.
Testimonial by AB was charged with 1 count of indecently dealing with a child under the age of 13 years. AB pleaded guilty to the offence and was sentenced to a term of imprisonment for 14 months, conditionally suspended for a period of 14 months.
Thank you for all the hard work you put in for my case. It was a great outcome!
AB was charged with 1 count of indecently dealing with a child under the age of 13 years. AB pleaded guilty to the offence and was sentenced to a term of imprisonment for 14 months, conditionally suspended for a period of 14 months.
Testimonial by CD pleaded guilty to 2 counts of used electronic communication with intent to procure a person under the age of 16 years to engage in sexual activity. He was sentenced to a term of imprisonment for 11 months, suspended for a period of 16 months.
I could not have wished for a more positive result. I do really appreciate the help from the team.
CD pleaded guilty to 2 counts of used electronic communication with intent to procure a person under the age of 16 years to engage in sexual activity. He was sentenced to a term of imprisonment for 11 months, suspended for a period of 16 months.
Testimonial by EF pleaded guilty to 5 counts of breach of Violence Restraining Order. He previously had 4 prior similar convictions. The Court imposed an Intensive Supervision Order for a period of 15 months.
Oh my god, thank you so much, I cannot believe it. Thank you. Thank you.
EF pleaded guilty to 5 counts of breach of Violence Restraining Order. He previously had 4 prior similar convictions. The Court imposed an Intensive Supervision Order for a period of 15 months.
Testimonial by GH pleaded guilty to one count of possession of MDMA with intent to sell or supply it to another. The Court imposed a fine plus court costs. His Application for Spent Conviction in relation to the offence was successful.
Thank you very much for your recent representation and exceptional outcome. Thank you once again.
GH pleaded guilty to one count of possession of MDMA with intent to sell or supply it to another. The Court imposed a fine plus court costs. His Application for Spent Conviction in relation to the offence was successful.
Testimonial by IJ pleaded guilty to one count of possession of Methylamphetamine, two counts of possession of prohibited weapons. The Court imposed a global fine plus court costs.
Thank you for your help. Much appreciated!
IJ pleaded guilty to one count of possession of Methylamphetamine, two counts of possession of prohibited weapons. The Court imposed a global fine plus court costs.
Testimonial by KL pleaded guilty to one count of refuse a preliminary breath test, one count of failure to provide sample of breath for breath analysis test, one count of obstructing public officer and one count of disorderly behaviour in a police station. The Court imposed a global fine plus court costs. He was disqualified from holding a driver’s licence for 10 months. His Application for Spent Conviction was successful in relation to these charges.
Thank you for all your help.
KL pleaded guilty to one count of refuse a preliminary breath test, one count of failure to provide sample of breath for breath analysis test, one count of obstructing public officer and one count of disorderly behaviour in a police station. The Court imposed a global fine plus court costs. He was disqualified from holding a driver’s licence for 10 months. His Application for Spent Conviction was successful in relation to these charges.

More Success Stories

Some Recent Client Outcomes
  • MN pleaded guilty to one count of no authority to drive and one count of provided false personal details to police. The Court imposed a global fine plus court costs. He was disqualified from holding a driver’s licence for a period of 9 months.
  • OP pleaded guilty to one count of driving under the influence of drug and one count of no authority to drive. The Court imposed a global fine and he was disqualified from holding a driver’s licence for a period of 12 months. His Application for Spent Conviction was successful.
  • QR pleaded guilty to one count of driving a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol exceeding 0.08 grams and no authority to drive. The Court imposed a global fine plus court costs and he was disqualified from holding a driver’s licence for a period of 8 months.
  • ST pleaded guilty to one count of stealing. The Court imposed a conditional release order for 6 months with personal undertaking plus court costs. His Application for Spent Conviction was successful.
  • CC pleaded guilty to one count possession of 30 cannabis plants and smoking utensil. The Court imposed a fine and his Application for Spent Conviction was successful.
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Violence Restraining Orders
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Sexual Offences
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