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Our specialist Bunbury Lawyers act in all areas of criminal law, including:
- dangerous driving and serious traffic violations;
- drug possession, drug trafficking and drug manufacture;
- assault, common assault, sexual assault and grievous bodily harm;
- fraud, corporate fraud and stealing;
- murder and manslaughter;
If you’ve been charged with a criminal offence, it’s critical that you get expert help, ASAP. Don’t leave your future to chance!
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Costs Orders in Criminal Matters (WA)
In criminal proceedings, costs orders are sometimes made in favour of the Defendant. The primary purpose behind an order for costs is to compensate a Defendant who has not been found guilty for the expenses they have incurred by reason of the commencement of the legal proceedings. In the Magistrates Court, the Prosecution will pay…
Stealing Offences (WA)
In Western Australia, under section 378 of the Criminal Code a person who steals anything that is capable of being stolen commits the crime of stealing. Things capable of being stolen include every moveable inanimate thing which is the property of a person. The term steal is defined in section 371 as fraudulently taking anything…
Robbery Offences (WA)
The WA Criminal Code contains a number of offences relating to robbery. Robbery is known as a composite offence, as it involves an element of violent and an element of theft. Robbery offences are indictable offences and must be finalised in the District Court after the matter has proceeded through a committal hearing. Where the…
Child Witnesses in Sex Abuse Cases (WA)
A child may become involved in the criminal justice system in a number of ways. Some of the most common ways this occurs are when a child discloses a current or historic incident of sexual or physical abuse, when a child is physically assaulted or robbed and when a child witnesses a crime or is…