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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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