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Criminal Lawyers Brisbane and Gold Coast Wide

We offer you a wealth of criminal law knowledge. We have successfully defended charges, withdrawal of charges and charge bargaining/plea negotiations.

Attwood Marshall’s team of expert Criminal Lawyers in the Gold Coast and Brisbane have years of experience dealing with Criminal Law matters, both minor and complex.

If you have been charged with a criminal offence, getting the right legal advice and support is essential. Attwood Marshall’s Criminal Law Department can assist you in relation to all criminal offences, traffic offences and apprehended violence orders in both New South Wales and Queensland jurisdictions.

Drawing upon the criminal law experience of Richard Smith, (formerly a Barrister in Sydney) and now Special Counsel, our experienced Criminal Lawyers across Brisbane, the Gold Coast and Northern New South Wales have successfully defended charges, withdrawal of charges and charge bargaining/plea negotiations.

If you have been charged with a criminal or traffic offence, then get prompt advice and a dedicated expert on your side. meet our team  or call 1800 621 071 for immediate assistance.

Our Gold Coast and Brisbane Criminal Lawyers can assist you with the following speciality areas:

We are proud to undertake instructions in all areas of Criminal Law to be able to assist you with matters both large and small. Your Criminal Lawyer from Attwood Marshall will deliver professional advice and support throughout your case and a highly personalised service to ensure you are looked after from beginning to end. We strive to achieve the best outcome possible, every time.

Traffic Offences

Attwood Marshall’s Criminal Law Department are here to assist you in relation to traffic offences in both NSW and QLD jurisdictions.  read more

Assault

An assault charge can cover a wide variety of offences from common assault and intent to cause grievous bodily harm, to aggravated assault, assault causing death and assault in self-defence. read more

Breaking, Entering and Stealing

An assault charge can cover a wide variety of offences from common assault and intent to cause grievous bodily harm, to aggravated assault, assault causing death and assault in self-defence. read more

Contravening an Apprehended Violence Order or Domestic Violence Order

The breach or contravention of an Apprehended Violence Order (AVO) carries a maximum penalty of 2 years imprisonment and/or a fine of $5,500. read more

Drug Offences

Drug offences cover a broad range of categories including using, possessing, supplying, cultivating, manufacturing and importing prohibited drugs, as well as drug driving charges which fall under the classification of traffic offences.
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Fraud

Fraud involves deception or dishonesty in workplace or personal situations such as obtaining property belonging to someone else, applying someone else’s property to your own use, causing a detriment to another person, gaining an advantage for a person, and causing a person to deliver property to another. read more

Perverting the Course of Justice

This charge generally falls under the broader category of perjury and false statement, and refers to obstructing, preventing, perverting or defeating the course of justice or administration of the law. read more

Resisting Arrest or Hindering Police

Interfering with or preventing police from doing their job is an offence in Queensland and New South Wales, and you can be charged with the offence if you resist or hinder police while they are working, or encourage someone else to do so.
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Robbery

Robbery comprises of a number of offences including armed robbery, aggravated armed robbery, robbery with wounding, armed robbery in company, robbery in circumstances of aggravation, armed robbery with wounding, and demanding property with intent to steal.
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White Collar Crime

White collar crime covers a broad range of offences including workplace offences, tax offences, Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) offences and Commonwealth offences.
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Defending/Applying of an Apprehended Violence Order or Domestic Violence Order

Apprehensive Violence Orders (AVOs) and Domestic Violence Orders (DVOs) are made by the court against a person who makes someone else fear intimidation, harassment or for their safety. read more

Contact us

We take the time to understand the needs of our clients to ensure we get the best results. If you have been charged with a criminal or traffic offence, then get prompt advice and a dedicated expert on your side meet our team.  With four offices conveniently located at Kingscliff | Coolangatta | Robina | Brisbane, you can also visit us at an office near you or call us on 1800 621 071.

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