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Go To Court Geelong Criminal Lawyers
Being charged with a criminal offence can be a worrying and stressful time. If you are being investigated by the police, have been charged with offences, or already have a matter before the criminal courts, don’t risk your future by going it alone. Call Go To Court Lawyers’ Geelong criminal lawyers and get specialist legal advice or representation.
Our Geelong criminal lawyers are dedicated professionals who use their many years of experience to represent clients professionally and effectively. If you’re going to court in Geelong soon, we can help.
Criminal Defence Lawyers
Our areas of expertise include:
- applying for bail in Victoria;
- negotiating with the prosecution;
- analysing the brief of evidence;
- representing you in court on a plea of guilty or at a defended hearing;
- running voir dires.
Criminal Defence against Offences
- Abortion in Victoria
- Age of Consent Victoria
- Animal Cruelty Offences Vic
- Arson Vic
- Assault Offences in Victoria
- Attempted Offences Vic
- Child Abuse Material Offences Vic
- Community Protection Orders Vic
- Cultivating Cannabis Vic
- Domestic Violence Victoria
- Drug Offences Vic
- Family Violence Scheme Vic
- Firearms Offences Vic
- Fraud in Victoria
- Infanticide Vic
- Underage Drinking Vic
- Riot Offences Vic
- Robbery Offences Vic
- Sex Work Law Vic
- Sexual Assault Vic
- Stalking Offences Vic
- Stealing Offences Vic
- Perjury Vic
- Ticket Scaling Vic
We recommend booking a one hour conference with your Geelong lawyer before going to court. You will get expert advice on what you should do, the likely outcome and any preparation you need to do beforehand. You will also get a fixed quote on the cost for you to be represented in Geelong Local Court on the day.
Geelong Magistrates Court opening hours are 9:00am to 4:30pm Monday to Friday. The Geelong Magistrates Court is located at the intersection of Railway Terrace, Gordon Avenue and Fenwick Street.
If you’re using public transport the Geelong Railway station and bus terminal is adjacent to the Geelong Magistrates Court. Home of the mighty Geelong Cats and only one hour from Melbourne, Geelong is the second most populated metropolitan area in Victoria with over 185,000 people.
If you have a matter in the Victorian Magistrates Court, Go To Court Lawyers are here to help you. Whether you are facing traffic offences, property offences, drug offences, or more serious offences that are likely to be committed to a higher court, our specialist lawyers are available to give you the help you need, when you need it.
If you have a criminal matter in the County Court, contact Go To Court Lawyers today. Our experienced and dedicated lawyers will support you through every stage of your court matter, from applying for bail, to analysing the brief of evidence to preparing your matter for trial.
If you have a criminal matter in the Supreme Court, contact Go To Court Lawyers for specialist legal advice. Whether you need representation in a complex plea or your matter is heading to trial, our lawyers can give you the expert advice you need to understand all your options and the likely outcome.
Give our team a call today to discuss how our Geelong criminal lawyers can help you.
How are Go To Court’s Geelong criminal lawyers different?
Go To Court Lawyers is different from traditional law firms. We provide our clients with the legal services they need, on their terms. When you call our legal hotline, your call will be answered by a lawyer every time. They will give you a free, no-obligation assessment of your case. If you need to book a face-to-face appointment with a Geelong criminal lawyer, you can do that too. You will be matched with a lawyer with relevant expertise who will meet you to discuss your matter somewhere that suits you.
- Bail Act 1977
- Crimes Act 1958 (Vic)
- Commonwealth Crimes Act
- Abortion Law Reform Act
- Public Health and Wellbeing Amendment (Safe Zones) Act 2015
- Sex Offenders Registration Act 2004
- Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act
- Summary Offences Act 1966
- Sentencing Act 1991
- The Narcotic Drugs Act 1967
- Drugs, Poisons and Controlled Substances Act 1981
- Family Violence Protection Act 2008
- Privacy and Data Protection Act 2014
- Firearms Act 1996
- Public Health and Wellbeing Act 2008
- Planning and Environment Act 1987
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