The team at Kennedy Spanner Lawyers understand that any incident involving the Police is stressful and often confronting. Our experienced criminal defence lawyers are here to help you cope with and resolve your criminal law issues efficiently.
Early communication with a criminal defence lawyer is vital and is ultimately your best protection when you have been accused or charged with a criminal offence. It is never too early to call us and get help from a criminal defence lawyer when dealing with the Police. We cannot stress enough how vital it is for you to seek help from a qualified legal expert straight away.
From the moment you hear a knock at the door or you are stopped in the street, smile, because you are on camera. Police Officers are equipped with body cameras in their uniforms recording the interaction that they have with a suspect which can later be used as evidence.
Our criminal defence team will assist you and guide you through the maze of the Court system. They have experience dealing with the Police and Crown Prosecutors, and can negotiate and advocate for you to achieve the best outcome for your matter.
Understanding the Court system is important when attempting to navigate the Court maze, and our team of criminal defence lawyers will take the time to speak with you and explain the system to you. They will answer any questions that you have to ensure that you fully understand each stage of your matter. Our ultimate goal is to take away your stress and make sure that your rights are protected and your voice is heard within the Court system.
You can enter the room with any of our criminal defence lawyers team and instantly be put at ease knowing that we will at all times act with integrity, never pass judgment on you and do our very best to achieve the outcome that is best for you.
Let us make it right and help you. Contact us either using the online form or by telephone.
The types of matters that our criminal defence lawyers can assist you with are :
- Assault charges
- Sexual Offences
- Public Order Offences
- Firearm Offences
- Fraud/ Forgery/ Theft
- Drug Offences
- Break and enter/ Burglary
- Public Nuisance
- Receiving Stolen Property
- Abduction of a Child
- Computer hacking/ misuse
- Crime Commissions and Confiscation of Proceeds
- Commonwealth Offences
- Youth Justice
- Dangerous driving