Do you need a lawyer?
If you are under investigation by the authorities (either the Western Australia Police or the Australian Federal Police or other government authorities) or if you have been charged with an offence that require your attendance in Court then it is essential for you to contact one of our experienced criminal defence lawyers at Perth Criminal Lawyers & Barristers as soon as possible.
What types of matters can our lawyers help you with?
Our lawyers are experienced in providing legal representation to our clients in the areas of criminal law, traffic law, criminal property confiscation and criminal injuries compensation. We are highly skilled in assisting clients with all types of criminal charges, which include but not limited to drug offences, sexual offences, murder, unlawful wounding, assault, drink driving, dangerous driving and other criminal offences.
We can advise on immigration issues which may arise from your criminal charges or possible conviction.
What should you expect from our lawyers?
Our experienced lawyers will listen to your situation and will manage your case with the utmost confidentiality. We will provide you with clear and comprehensive legal advice. We will develop a customised strategy suitable for your circumstances. We will assist you to understand your legal options. We dedicate considerable time to each and every client without exception. We keep our clients informed throughout all stages of the court proceedings and we are highly accessible to every client.
We are committed to obtain the best possible outcome for each of our clients.
How much will all this costs to you?
We will provide you with written estimate of the overall range of your legal costs based on your instructions and your type of matter and what we anticipate will be involved to take it to completion. Our fees policy is transparent and there are no hidden costs. Should there be any change of circumstances that will possibly increase your legal costs, we will discuss it with you.
How long will all this take?
This will depend on the seriousness of the criminal offence, the jurisdiction in which the matter is being dealt with and your decision to either plead guilty or not guilty to the offence. The time frame varies for each case.