Doogue O'Brien George lawyers are Melbourne's criminal law experts. We are a team of specialist criminal lawyers with experience in all types of criminal and traffic cases. Five offices - Melbourne, Broadmeadows, Heidelberg, Sunshine, & Moorabbin.
We are a firm of Criminal Lawyers who specialise in the areas of Criminal and Traffic Law. Our main areas of work are Drink Driving, Speeding, Dangerous. Driving, Assaults, Drug Offences, Licence Appeals, Apprehended Violence Orders, Fraud Offences. If your charged by the police we are the lawyers for you. We appear in all Courts. At Crawford & Duncan we carry our name with pride and confidence using our traditional learning and extensive experience to get the best result for you.
Armstrong Legal specialises exclusively in Criminal law, Family Law and Contested Wills matters retaining 31 solicitors overall, with accredited specialists in each of those areas. This combined experience within the legal system should provide assurance that your matter will receive the attention it deserves, and that it will be dealt with in a timely and cost-effective manner.
Henry Carus & Associates are Melbourne compensation lawyers -with offices in Brighton, Altona, Box Hill and the Melbourne CBD. With over 30 years experience, Henry Carus and Associates are dedicated to fighting for your claim, and win over 98% of their cases.
Australian Law Group is a law firm who prides itself on making your transaction or dispute run as smoothly and as stress free as possible while still obtaining the best result possible.
Brisbane City, Stones Corner and Toowong office locations.
The radio jock Ray Hadley entered the battle for Kogarah yesterday, telling listeners of 2GB that Labor's MP, Cherie Burton, had been in a traffic accident and received a police infringement notice. The accusation followed revelations in August that Burton had been convicted of a driving offence. She kept the..read more
If there was a theme this week, it was something like despair. The subjects were diverse: the state's planning laws; the sentencing of Stern Hu; the travails of families with intellectually disabled children; the Max