Mullumbimby Criminal Lawyers | Expert Criminal Solicitors
We Fight Harder For Your Rights!
Going to court for a criminal charges can be an emotionally daunting event.
- You may be the defendant.
- You may be the victim.
- You may be a witness in a trial.
- You may be an applicant wanting to take out an Apprehended Violence Order.
- You may simply be an interested party.
Whatever role you play, Go To Court has a network of highly experienced criminal law specialists that can assess your legal situation free of charge and arrange for you further consultation or legal representation at your next court appearance. We are available and only a telephone call away – 7 days a week from 7am to midnight.
Are you the defendant?
Being charged with a criminal offence can have very serious consequences. Every charge must be proven by the police or the prosecution beyond reasonable doubt against you. So it is important that police investigations are put to proof on the evidence. It is important that all rules of evidence are followed by the police and prosecution so that only admissible evidence is seen by the court or jury. It is equally important that the court hears your story, knows your version of events or at sentence hearings has more information about you, the person, and not just you, the offender.
If you have any questions or you want us to assess your matter, at no cost, today, give us a call now at Go To Court or chat with one of our solicitors via web-chat. We can help progress your matter – fast.
Are you the victim?
You may be the victim of an offence. You will likely have already dealt with the police and/or the prosecution department. But you may also have questions or you may want to protect your rights civilly.
We can help you with that. If only to explain the legal process to you, what is going to occur and to help you know your rights as a victim.
Are you a witness?
You may be a witness in a trial or a hearing. You may feel nervous or hesitant about the court process and want information about the trial process and your involvement in it. If have concerns about the evidence you are going to give you can find ways for protection. Even though you are not the defendant, you too do not need to be in the dark.
Go To Court lawyers can help you obtain that information over the telephone on our legal hotline or via web-chat. If you need, we can also arrange for you to meet with an expert Mullumbimby criminal attorney.
Are you wanting an Apprehend Violence Order (AVO)?
If you are involved in a personal or domestic relationship and you fear for your safety or the safety of your children, you can privately apply for an AVO. The person against whom you take out that order will then have to abide by certain restrictions, to protect you or your children from further violence.
Go To Court lawyers can assess you legal situation over the phone today. Or you can leave your details with us and we can call you. We can explain the procedure, what’s involved and act fast for your safety. Our solicitors can then arrange for one of our experienced criminal lawyers to assist you with applying for a court ordered AVO.
Call us at no cost to you for our assessment today. We at Go To Court pride ourselves on our expertise in criminal law. You can have your questions answered, be more informed and better protected or represented in court with Go To Court criminal lawyers at your side.
Mullumbimby Local Court: