North Lakes Criminal Lawyers | Expert Criminal Solicitors
Go To Court North Lakes criminal lawyers are experienced, dedicated professionals who will support you through every stage of your criminal law matter. Whether you have been summonsed to attend court, arrested and bailed, or remanded in custody, our criminal law specialists can give you the thorough, timely advice you need to feel confident that you understand the legal processes and all the possible outcomes.
We get you a good lawyer, fast
Go To Court Lawyers is not a traditional law firm. We are all about getting you a good lawyer, fast and on your terms. When you call our free legal hotline, your call will be answered by a solicitor who will give you a no-obligation assessment of your legal matter. If you need to book an in-person consultation, you will be matched with a lawyer with experience in your legal area. They will endeavour to meet you at a time and place that suit you so that you can feel confident that you are equipped with the advice you need to make the best decisions about your case.
Our services include:
- assessing your case and giving you advice on how you should proceed;
- negotiating with police;
- analysing the brief of evidence;
- strong and effective court representation in guilty pleas, sentencing , contested hearings and jury trials;
- applications for bail and bail variations;
- voir dires.
North Lakes criminal lawyers in the lower courts
The bulk of criminal law matters are dealt with in the courts of summary jurisdiction. This is the Magistrates Court (for adults) and the Children’s Court (for juveniles). Matters like stealing, assault, drink driving and some drug matters are dealt with by magistrates. More serious matters are also commenced in the courts of summary jurisdiction, and then committed to a higher court for finalisation.
If you have a matter in the Magistrates Court or Children’s Court, contact Go To Court Lawyers for specialist advice and representation.
District Court and Supreme Court
In Queensland, more serious criminal matters are dealt with in the District Court and Supreme Court. In these courts, more severe sentences can be imposed and matters generally take longer to be finalised. Criminal offences that are dealt with in the higher courts include robbery and homicide offences.
Free legal hotline
Go To Court Lawyers operates a free legal hotline between 7 am and midnight, every day of the year. If you need advice about a criminal law matters at any time between those hours, call 1300 636 846 to speak to one of our friendly specialist lawyers.
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