Criminal law is a system of law that is concerned with the punishment of offenders who have committed crimes. This area of law is quite diverse and the punishments can vary quite significantly.
If you have an indication that misconduct has occurred and the Police may be involved we strongly encourage you to contact our Toowoomba office immediately. Sometimes people prolong getting advice on Police matters as they feel very overwhelmed and lack support from their family and/or friends. However, help from a criminal law lawyer in the early phases of criminal defence could be very beneficial to your circumstances and future wellbeing.
Understanding the Court system is important and our team of criminal justice lawyers will ensure you are aware of the processes and procedures so that you are not worrying unnecessarily about attending Court.
Our criminal justice lawyers are highly experienced negotiators and we have a proven record of obtaining excellent results for clients in all areas of law that involve the Police.
We will at all times act with integrity to ensure that the very best outcome is achieved on your behalf. You can feel confident in knowing that our firm will never pass judgment on you.
We able to assist you by:
- Dealing with Police during the critical investigative stage
- Attending Police interviews with you
- Attending Court with you
- Guiding you through the Court maze
If you require the expertise and guidance from one of the lawyers at Kennedy Spanner, fill in the contact form and get in touch with our Toowoomba team. Together, we can fight to reach the best result.
There are many areas of the law which fall under the heading "Criminal Offences". Some more common charges are:
- Armed robbery
- Sexual offences
- Public Order offences
- Firearm offences
- Drug charges
- Break and enter/burglary
- Being drunk in a public place
- Dangerous operation of a vehicle
- Unlawful use of a motor vehicle
- Unlawful wounding
- Public Nuisance
- Receiving Stolen property
- Abduction of a child
- Drink Driving
- Armed robbery
- Computer hacking/misuse
- Attempting to pervert the course of Justice