Sophie is a solicitor based at Go To Court Lawyers’ Tweed Heads office. In 2007 she was awarded a scholarship and graduated with a Bachelor of Laws through Central Queensland University. She then completed her Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice through the College of Law.
Sophie has experience in criminal law, traffic law, family law and civil matters. She also practices in both Queensland and New South Wales jurisdictions. Sophie is a strong and assertive advocate and appears regularly on behalf of her clients in the Magistrates’ Court of Queensland, Children’s Court, Federal Circuit Court of Australia and New South Wales Local Courts.
Accreditations & memberships
- Member of the Law Society of QLD
Success Stories and Publications
Our solicitor Sophie Dagg represented a client charged with Assault Occasioning Bodily Harm, after punching his 13 month old son in the face. The child suffered bruising to his face. After negotiations with Prosecutions, the Fact Sheet was amended to remove the details about the child's injuries. The client then pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 100 hours of community service.
Our solicitor Sophie Dagg represented a client charged with one count of Drug Supply and three counts of Possessing Dangerous Drugs. Ms Dagg made detailed representations to Prosecutions and was successful in having the drug supply charge withdrawn, with the client pleading guilty to the drug possession charges. The client received a Section 10.
Our solicitor Sophie Dagg represented a man who was charged with affray together with a co-offender. The charges had resulted from a fight in the busy streets of Byron Bay with one young man sustaining serious facial injuries. Our client was in the Australian Army and was at risk of losing his job. After Ms Dagg made submissions, the client walked away with a Section 10.
Our solicitor Sophie Dagg represented a client charged with three counts of Obtaining Financial Advantage from a Commonwealth Entity, after the client had received overpayments of almost $29,000. Ms Dagg completed a lengthy plea addressing relevant mitigating factors, which assisted the client to avoid imprisonment. The client walked away with 150 hours of community service.
Sophie Dagg represented a client charged with string of traffic offences including a high range DUI. Ms Dagg made sentencing submissions that highlighted various exceptional circumstances supported by case law. The client walked away with a Section 10 for all charges.