Defending Charges in Local Courts

The fundamental principle of the common law is that you are to considered innocent unless proven guilty beyond reasonable doubts. If you believe that you are not linked to a crime in any way, form or shape in which you have been charged then you must defend charges against you.

In addition to the above, there may be additional factors that might be applicable to your case. For instance, your mental health under section 32 of the Mental Health (Forensic Provisions) Act 1990 (NSW). Under this provision, a person suffering from a ‘mental condition’ can avoid the hearing/trial in favour of a treatment plan given by the court through seeing a psychologist for a period. If you are charged with any offence and want to defend your charges, it is so vital for you to contact one of our experienced Criminal Lawyer as soon as possible.

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