Being charged with a criminal offence can be a very daunting experience.
There are a number of ways police can charge a person. They include being arrested and kept in custody until you are brought before a court, being given a Notice to Appear, being issued with a Complaint and Summons and/or being issued with an Infringement Notice.
An individual has many rights with respect to their dealing with police including your right to silence and having a lawyer or support person present for any questioning. Should you or someone close to you be under an investigation or charged with a criminal offence it is imperative that they contact a lawyer as early as possible.
We are here to assist you, with the help of our experience and knowledge, navigate through the legal minefield to make sure that your rights are protected.