Adam Faro - a Sydney, NSW Solicitor

Drink Driving Lawyers

Phone
02 9264 8884
Fax
02 9264 9797

Adam Faro is a naturally gifted drink driving lawyer who will always put up a strong fight to protect your rights.

In addition to appearing in criminal matters, Adam has a very strong grounding in traffic law and is one of the most senior traffic lawyers in the firm. Adam frequently represents clients for all traffic matters including matters such as dangerous driving occasioning death, dangerous driving occasioning grievous bodily harm, police pursuit and drink driving. He is a permanent lecturer at the Parramatta PCYC Traffic Offender's Intervention Program; he is also a guest lecturer at the Balmain, South Sydney (Redfern), Daceyville, Woolloomooloo, Bankstown and Rockdale PCYC programs.

Adam's confidence and unique approach to criminal and traffic matters sees that he receives outstanding results in Court.

Adam understands that being arrested, charged and then attending court can be intimidating and confronting. He supports every client, taking each step forward together as a team. His client's interests are paramount.

Adam travels to Courts all over the Sydney Metropolitan area and throughout New South Wales such as Tamworth, Wagga Wagga, Dubbo, Goulburn, Gosford, Woy Woy, Muswellbrook, Newcastle, Scone, Moss Vale and Wollongong.

Adam is committed to always achieving the best result possible.

If you're facing trouble and want justice – Adam is the drink driving lawyer you need on your side. He always strives for justice, even in the face of adversity.

Like all solicitors Adam is on call 24 hours a day and can be contacted on through notguilty.com.au.


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