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Here’s a complete list of our NSW locations. All NSW Courts. Fixed fees. 24/7 Assistance. Criminal Lawyers & Traffic Lawyers.
Here’s a shortlist of locations that we frequently represent clients. But we service all NSW locations and courts.
Hamilton Janke Lawyers represent clients in all NSW courts for criminal and traffic offences. 24/7 assistance. Fixed fees. Find your court below.
Hamilton Janke Lawyers specialise in criminal and traffic offences.
Including drug offences, assaults and AVOs, fraud offences, sexual offences, drink driving, disqualified driving, driver licence appeals, drug driving and more.
All NSW courts.
If you’re looking for Criminal and Traffic Lawyers, book an appointment now.
Going to court? Contact us now. We’re passionate about providing a dedicated criminal defence service. 24/7 Assistance – when you need it most.
We offer fixed fees. You’ll receive a full, honest and transparent explanation of our fees.
We service all courts across NSW, and have experience appearing in interstate courts and acting in extradition matters. For an extensive list of the courts we attend, visit our services page.
Yes, we are a team of Newcastle Criminal Lawyers. But we travel throughout NSW.
We specialise in a variety of criminal and traffic offences. Covering all courts across NSW. Including Newcastle, Central Coast, Sydney and surrounding regions. See our services page for a full list.
Absolutely. We’re specialised in the following areas:
By law, a court must not sentence an offender to imprisonment unless it is satisfied, having considered all possible alternatives, that no penalty other than imprisonment is appropriate. There are a variety of more moderate penalties that the court can impose as an alternative to a custodial sentence, which can be read about here.
If you are charged with a criminal offence you will be given a Court Attendance Notice (CAN). The CAN will give you the following information:
A Police Facts Sheet will usually be attached to the CAN. A Police Facts Sheet outlines the police’s version of the events that have led to your charge. You should read the documents carefully and write down anything that you disagree with. You should then seek legal advice to determine what your best course of action is.
Arguably one of the most important decisions that you will have to make if you have been charged with a criminal offence is whether to plead guilty or not guilty. For more detailed information about entering or changing a plea, click here.
There are three ways to avoid conviction:
Our lawyers can advise you on the best course of action.
NSW courts can impose the following penalties:
For more information on sentencing options, please click here.
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