Criminal Law and Intervention Order cases
We understand that these matters are highly serious and personal, and offer them the attention they deserve.
DeLancey Legal offers advice relating to criminal law and intervention order cases. We consult all over Australia, with a strong client focus to ensure each unique case receives the attention it deserves. We understand that these matters are highly serious and personal, and we work with you to achieve a timely and satisfactory outcome.
We understand the delicacy and confidentiality of these issues and never lose sight of the fact that disputes are disruptive, and often, costly. We advise on a range of minor and more serious matters including:
- driving and traffic offences including culpable driving, drink driving and drug driving
- dishonesty offences including theft or fraud
- assault against the person
- sexual assault
- property damage
- crimes family violence cases
- breach intervention/restraining orders
We'll fight for you and ensure you get a fair trial, we offer full representation in the magistrates and county courts in Victoria. The court process can be confronting and at times overwhelming, but we will guide you through the process to make sure you comfortably understand the proceedings at all times.
We represent clients all over Australia and have access to vast resources around the country, ensuring our team is fully informed at all times. We are committed to handle your matter efficiently and effectively, and will work hard on your behalf to help you receive a fair and just hearing.
If you have been charged with a criminal offence
Our lawyers can advise you on how best to respond to the charges against you.
We will provide you with individualised legal advice based on:
- The particular charges you are facing
- The circumstances of the offence
- Any criminal history you may have
- Whether you are on bail, including any conditions involved
- Your personal situation, including your employment, health and family situations
Our advice will be based on all these factors and will include your options when facing the charges. If possible we will negotiate with the police prior to the Hearing and then at a Case Conference at the Court if possible.
If possible we will negotiate with the police prior to the Hearing and then at a Case Conference at the Court if possible.
The outcome of any negotiations and your individual circumstances will then determine how we can best represent you at the Hearing.