Court Appearances

Whether you are attending a local or magistrates’ court, or facing more serious charges and need to appear before a judge either in the District, County, or Supreme Court, FindLaw can help you get in touch with a criminal lawyer who can represent you in regards to any charges you may be facing, and can include:

·         bail and bail applications

·         committal hearings

·         appeals

·         pleadings

·         filing the appropriate criminal law and court documents

Appearing before the courts can be a daunting prospect and have an impact on your personal and professional well being. So it’s important that you find the right criminal lawyer to represent your interests if you are facing a matter before the courts and by using the FindLaw Directory, you can find the best lawyer for your matter no matter where in Australia you are.

 


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Are defendants required to pay costs if found guilty of a criminal offence?

Date: 16 Jun 2014, Filed under: Court Appearances, Fraud, Forgery, Criminal Law

Depending on the court and the offence, costs can vary in relation to criminal matters within Australia. So for summary cases, costs can be made for or...

Robert Bromwich SC named as next Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions

Date: 12 Dec 2012, Filed under: Court Appearances, Administrative Law

Federal Attorney-General, Nicola Roxon, has announced the appointment of Robert Bromwich SC as Australia's next Commonwealth Director of Public Prosec...

New Victorian Chief Magistrate appointed

Date: 28 Nov 2012, Filed under: Court Appearances, Administrative Law

Victorian Attorney-General, Robert Clark, has announced the appointment of Deputy Chief Magistrate Peter Lauritsen as Victoria's new Chief Magistrate.

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When is a Person Guilty of Contravene Family Counselling Order?

Date: 08 Oct 2018, Filed under: Court Appearances, Criminal Law Matters, Domestic/Family Violence within family law

It is an offence under section 130 of the Family Violence Protection Act 2008 (Vic) to fail to attend counselling when ordered to by a court. A court may...

The Law for Breach of Community Correction Order  

Date: 21 Sep 2018, Filed under: Court Appearances, Criminal Law Matters

Breach of Community Correction Order is a charge made by the police whenever a person fails to follow the terms of a Community Correction Order that the...

What is Expert Evidence?

Date: 16 Nov 2017, Filed under: Court Appearances, All court work, Litigation and Dispute Resolution

Where specialised knowledge or skill is required in a Court case, judges (and juries) may require the assistance of a witness who can give an expert o...

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