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CrimeIf you are charged with a criminal offence and need legal assistance, we can help.
Members of our experienced team regularly handle criminal law matters in the Local and District Courts, including:
- Prescribed Concentration of Alcohol (PCA) offences
- Drugs charges
- Driving offences
- Apprehended domestic violence orders (ADVO’s)
- Drivers licence appeals
- Break and enter charges
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What our clients say
12/05/2014 |R Traves, Cowra
Justin Stack -
Dear Justin and the team at Stacks Law Firm. We wish to acknowledge the work you have done to settle the claim for my injury sustained in 2...
Dear Justin and the team at Stacks Law Firm. We wish to acknowledge the work you have done to settle the claim for my injury sustained in 2010. Thank you very much for your efforts. We really appreciate that you have put many hours and thought into gaining the best outcome for me. We will always recommend your services to others who may have need of such expertise. Kind regards.
29/11/2011 |Good Behaviour Bond for Driving whilst suspended
Quentin Schneider -
A client with no prior major driving offences was able to avoid a 12 month disqualification period for driving whilst disqualified. This was...
A client with no prior major driving offences was able to avoid a 12 month disqualification period for driving whilst disqualified. This was only in light of his good driving record and the Court accepting his honesty as to his misconceiving the directive from the police of his facing further charges if he failed to hand in his suspended drivers licence by a certain time. Living by himself somewhere with no public transport, and not able to get anyone to give him a lift, he actually drove to the police station to hand-in his licence! Hence the offence. Instead of a modest fine for being late to hand-in the licence, he would have faced an extra 12 months off the road. Fortunately for him, the court found the offence proven but entered no conviction on the basis of his entering a good behaviour bond for the same time as the disqualification for the offence for which his licence was suspended, namaely his drink driving. This was very out of character for him. He could have very easily walked home from the hotel but he had only recently come out of a couple of weeks in hospital and he mistakenly only thought of his own post-operative discomfort if he had to walk home from the hotel, and so he took his car to the hotel and drove it back.
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In The Community
21/01/2014 |Victim Compensation - Bad news and good news
Nathan Luke -
In The Community
The NSW State Government has made sweeping changes to compensation for Victims of Crime. The bad news is that for mos...
The NSW State Government has made sweeping changes to compensation for Victims of Crime.
The bad news is that for most victims that compensation will be very modest
regardless of what type of injury has been sustained.
The good news is that the changes have seen waiting times for compensation drastically reduced and the system made far less complex.
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22/10/2014 |STEALING AN IMAGE CAN PROVE COSTLY Ita Buttrose is one of the best known people in Australia. She’s a former Australian of the Year, she’s widely respected and her word carries a great deal of weight...
8/10/2014 |TIME RUNNING OUT FOR POOL OWNERS With warmer weather arriving and a deadline fast approaching, anybody who owns a swimming pool must ensure they comply with NSW pool fencing laws...
17/09/2014 |LAWYER FOR ASYLUM SEEKER HAMID KEHAZAEI CONFIDENT OF INQUEST INTO HIS DEATH The lawyer representing the asylum seeker who died after cutting his foot at the Manus Island detention centre is confident his death will be ruled as a "death in custody", triggering an inquest.
1/07/2014 |YAGOONA MAN RYAN KITCHING ASKS DRIVER OF CAR THAT STRUCK HIM TO COME FORWARD RYAN Kitching has a simple message for the driver of the car who knocked him off his bike and shattered his pelvis in Yagoona this year – “please come forward”...
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