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    Criminal Matters

    If you’ve been charged with an illegal activity in Sydney, you need an experienced criminal lawyer that will fight for you and your rights. While you have certain responsibilities that you must uphold after being arrested, there are certain rights that need to be afforded to you, no matter what you’ve been arrested for.

    Your rights include:

    • The right to speak to a lawyer over the phone, or
    • The right to have a legal representative present during any questioning

    Criminal Matters You Need Help With

    There are a large range of criminal matters where you’ll need the assistance of the experienced criminal lawyers at Marocchi Law, including:

    • Assault and violence
    • Bail applications
    • Drug offences
    • Fraud and dishonesty
    • Murder and manslaughter
    • Property offences
    • Police interviews
    • Sexual offences
    • Tax offences
    • Weapons Act offences

    This is just a small list of when you’ll need a criminal lawyer on your side. We stand up for your rights and ensure you receive the information and support you need.

    Will I go to Jail?

    Criminal law offences are a serious matter and it is inadvisable to defend yourself against these offences – they are often complex and complicated, requiring the gathering of a significant amount of information and evidence. The longer you leave a criminal law matter without receiving the proper support, the charges, and dealing with any court cases, can become more serious, leaving you out of your depth and in a much more disadvantageous position.

    If you’ve found yourself in some hot water or in the serious position of facing criminal charges, do not delay in getting sound and knowledgeable legal assistance. You need a lawyer who can explain things clearly, ensure you have the paperwork and evidence you need, and represent you in court.

    For a free consultation on your criminal matter, meet with us to discuss your case. We’ve helped many people over the years, and we’re ready to stand by you.

    Trusted Legal Advice

    With over 30 years of legal expertise, and professional and experienced lawyers on board, Marocchi Law can assist you with a range of legal matters. Our team are by your side when you need legal assistance, working to ensure the best outcome for you.

    CALL NOW: 1300 727 266

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