Criminal Lawyers Geelong | 9 Fenwick Street Geelong VIC 3220 | (03) 5229 3555

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About Criminal Lawyers Geelong

As a criminal law practice, we all hold a mutual belief that every accused has a fundamental right to a fair go, to be treated fairly and is entitled to a fair trial.

A fair trial can occur before a jury or before a Magistrate. We all have the right to be tried before our peers. No matter what the allegation is, each of us is entitled to have our human rights respected. We appreciate that every case and every client is unique. We pay attention to the details of what you tell us. We continue to defend our clients with the utmost integrity and with a passion that ensures the protection of your freedom and your rights.

A criminal trial can be a long and emotionally challenging process. We pride ourselves on our ability to create a supportive rapport with all our clients. Respecting your rights and getting you a fair trial is important to us.

We pride ourselves on delivering the highest calibre legal representation to ensure the best possible outcome for our clients. We provide a range of services across the wide spectrum of criminal law. We have handled some of the most serious and most complex criminal law matters and people. We also deal with less complex issues. Our practice is exclusively in criminal defence cases. Our experienced and dedicated team provide an unrivalled depth of knowledge in all matters pertaining to criminal law.

Criminal law is our focus. This includes cases involving:

  • Murder, manslaughter and defensive homicide;
  • Rape and other sexual offences including historic allegations;
  • Culpable driving, drink or drug driving and other traffic offences;
  • Appeals;
  • Dishonesty, handling, theft, fraud and deception offences;
  • Commonwealth prosecutions;
  • Drug matters including trafficking, possess and use drugs;
  • Assault, violent crime and property damage;
  • Bail applications in the Magistrates’, Children’s’ and Supreme Courts;
  • Family violence;
  • Coroner’s Court investigations;
  • Criminal syndicate and organised crime and associations;
  • All other criminal matters, whether they are in the Children’s, County and Supreme Courts or in the High Court of Australia.