But this isn’t television. Long standing feud between neighbours leads to an AVO. SCDL client wants to defend the AVO. Contested hearing leads to the AVO against our client being dismissed.
Young mother engaged Sydney Criminal Defence Lawyers to appeal a decision to suspend her driver’s licence. We made submissions to the justice and had her licence reinstated.
Defendant pleaded guilty to ‘Larceny by clerks or servants’. He was convicted and placed on a good behavior bond for a 18 months while continuing to address his gambling addiction and ordered to pay his employer compensation of $8,000.
Defendant pleaded guilty to the charge of ‘Possess prohibited drug’. Submissions were made by Sydney Criminal Defence Lawyers, and the offence was proved without conviction, with the defendant placed on a good behavior for a period of 12 months.
Young mechanic pleaded Not Guilty to several traffic offences. On the day of trial, the police witness was not available. The prosecution asked for an adjournemt. We strongly opposed. No evidence was offered, so the case was dismissed.
Defendant pleaded guilty to charges of Common assault and Assault occasioning actual bodily harm at Penrith Local Court. Both offences proved without without conviction, with a good behaviour bond for 2 yrs.
Max penalty $5,500, and/or 2yrs gaol, and max licence disqualification for 7 yrs, after being declared an Habitual Offenders Declaration by the RTA. Sydney Criminal Defence Lawyers appeared on his behalf, had the HOD quashed. Licence offence pending.
Young man caught with 7g of cannabis. He pleaded guilty, and admitted that he had substance abuse issues. We argued that the matter should be dealt with by way of a section 10 dismissal. The Magistrate agreed. Case closed.
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Male in his 30s charged with 4 counts of drug possession. Conviction would see the end of his career in the finance world. Enter Sydney Criminal Defence Lawyers. Offence proved, without conviction. Another great result!