Beenleigh Criminal Lawyers: Expert Criminal Solicitors
Our Beenleigh criminal lawyers are here for you when and where you need them.
When you or a loved one is facing criminal charges or are under investigation, it is essential to obtain legal advice. However, not any legal advice will do because you deserve the best. Thankfully, the Go To Court Lawyers criminal law team in Beenleigh are experts in the field who are here to help in your time of need.
We provide a Legal Hotline that is available 7am to midnight, 7 days a week. By calling 1300 636 846, you will speak to an experienced lawyer who aims at achieving the best outcome for you. We are results-focused and fight harder in your defence.
The Beenleigh team of Go To Court Lawyers specialise in all areas of criminal law in Queensland, including:
- Drink driving;
- Domestic violence;
- Break and enter;
- Bail applications and bail variations;
- Traffic offences;
- Public nuisance offences;
- Drug charges;
- Murder and manslaughter; and
- Police misconduct applications.
This list is not exhaustive and we can deal with a range of criminal matters you might be facing.
We also provide legal advice to those who have already been convicted and are looking at avenues to appeal their sentence. Nothing is too minor or complex for us to handle. We represent clients in the Queensland Magistrates Court, District Court, and Supreme Court.
Why choose Go To Court’s Beenleigh criminal lawyers?
When your liberty and reputation is at stake, you want the best legal advice. By choosing Go To Court’s Beenleigh Criminal Lawyers you are choosing to receive high quality advice from a knowledgeable lawyer who is dedicated to your defence.
We will be with you through every step of the legal process. You are not alone.
The advice you receive from our criminal lawyers Beenleigh is personalised and your case will be assessed individually to ensure that you only get the best advice tailored to suit your unique situation. This includes advice on whether to plead guilty or not, how to prepare for court, your options, the penalties that may be awarded, and your appeal rights.
In many cases, having your Beenleigh criminal lawyer talk to the police may result in the charges being reduced or dropped altogether. We are experienced in corresponding and negotiating with the police and can do so on your behalf. This saves time, money and stress.
Be assured that our practitioners in Beenleigh like to keep our clients informed throughout the process.
Another benefit of choosing Go To Court Beenleigh Criminal Lawyers is our upfront and competitive fees. With us, there is no hidden costs or complicated contracts to sign because we know that clients want financial certainty at the beginning of hiring a lawyer.
Do not wait until it is too late, contact a Beenleigh criminal lawyer today
To obtain quality legal advice, contact our Beenleigh criminal lawyers on 1300 636 846. Our Legal Hotline lawyers are available 7am to midnight everyday and are ready to provide you with detailed information about your situation and make recommendations.
The earlier you seek out our services, the more options you will have available to you in achieving a successful outcome. So do not delay and contact us now.
Nothing beats personalised advice from a qualified lawyer but we also like to keep the public informed through our award-wining website.
You can explore a range of legal articles written and edited by lawyers that set out information about criminal law issues and your rights in plain and clear language. Articles that clients have found most useful include:
- Giving a Police Statement;
- Court Etiquette in Queensland;
- Breach of Bail in Queensland;
- Drug Offences in Queensland;
- Assault Offences in Queensland;
- Good Behaviour Bonds;
- No Conviction Recorded and Spent Convictions in Queensland;
- Penalty Units; and
- Domestic and Family Violence in Queensland.
Recent criminal law news on our legal news blog
You can also keep updated on topical criminal law issues by reading our recent articles and blogs on our website, such as:
- 1am Lockout Law Abandoned by Queensland, Other Measures to Be Taken;
- Clown “purge” likely to lead to arrests;
- Political blogger charged with unlawful stalking;
- GTC launches an Australian-first legal advice app;
- Domestic and Family Violence in Queensland; and
- Medical marijuana legalised in Queensland.