Criminal Lawyer Perth
There are serious consequences for criminal convictions in Western Australia. At WA Legal our team of criminal defence lawyers have experience handling all types of crime charges, from assault charges, to allegations of drug possession, to weapons charges, WA Legal will go the extra mile to let you know what your legal options are and ensure that you are represented properly throughout your case to guide you towards the best possible outcome for your individual situation.
If you find yourself in need of legal representation for a criminal offence, we at WA Legal are available to discuss your situation and your legal options with you, providing you will the surest legal advice available to you. With many years’ experience in dealing with a wide range of criminal charges, our legal team are some of the leading criminal lawyers Perth has to offer.
We can help you with all aspects of criminal law such as:
- Criminal law
- Violence Restraining Orders
- Misconduct Restraining Orders
- Sexual Assault
- Breaking and entry
- CentreLink Offences
- Committal Hearings
- Court Proceedings
- Drug Offences
- Parole Applications
- Proceeds of Crime
- Public Order Offences
- Summary Trials
- Parole violations
Being faced with the possibility of obtaining a criminal record can present a lot of restrictions later on in life such as travel restrictions and work restrictions. You need to seek legal advice on how to proceed regardless of whether your criminal charges are legitimate or not, this is why we offer FREE OF CHARGE OVER THE PHONE LEGAL ADVICE. We will listen and we can help as WA Legal Pty Ltd has lawyers devoted entirely to criminal law cases.
All personal details and matters involved in WA Legal’s free over the phone legal advice are kept entirely private and confidential regardless of whether you decide to hire us as your legal representation.
In the meantime, keep in mind that any other parties such Prosecutors or the Police are not involved to assist you in your legal proceedings and that their priority is to collect statements and information that is to be used against you (not for you). Despite any good intentions to try and assist, justify yourself or appeal to the better nature of the Police officers involved, it is essential that a lawyer is involved during any talks to ensure that you do not incriminate yourself or give misleading or factually inaccurate information which can often happen whilst under stress or pressure.
Many people put off speaking to a lawyer because they are adamant that they are innocent – however, innocent people have been prosecuted because they do not understand the law and how what you say to Police can unknowingly incriminate or limit their defence.
It is vital to not take legal advice from Police Officers as they are not qualified lawyers and they are not required to look out for your best interests, especially if they are trying to prosecute you. Anything you say to the Police can and will be use against you, not for you – if the Police are trying to build a case against you, they are not going to bring up anything you have stated to support your case, only theirs.
You have the right to consult with a lawyer and you have the right to remain silent.