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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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Jury Service (WA)
Serving on a jury is an opportunity for members of the public to learn about the judicial system and to be involved in the administration of justice. Any person who is enrolled to vote in Western Australia is liable to serve as a juror, however some persons can be excused from jury service or are…
Gay Conviction Expungement Bill (WA)
Last week the historic Gay Conviction Expungement Bill passed the West Australian parliament. People in Western Australia with historic convictions on their records for having consensual gay sex prior to its decriminalisation in 1990 will be able to have these convictions expunged. Western Australia is the last Australian jurisdiction to pass such legislation, with a…