Assault matters include common assault, assault occasioning bodily harm, serious assault, assault or obstruct police officer, grievous bodily harm, and more. Our Brisbane criminal lawyers have experience in resolving these types of matters through negotiations, pleading to downgraded charges, and when required, taking charges trial.
Criminal Lawyers in Brisbane
Aegis’ criminal lawyers in Brisbane are here to assist clients who have been charged with an offence in Brisbane in achieving the best available outcome.
We recognise that each case is different and unique. Accordingly, it is necessary that a person charged with a criminal offence, no matter how serious or minor, receives advice from a criminal lawyer. Through our complimentary case assessment, we will review a client’s matter and develop a case management strategy with them. This allows our firm to protect their rights and freedoms whilst pursuing the best outcome available.
If you have been charged with a criminal offence, we recommend calling our firm to arrange a complimentary case assessment. During which, we will tailor legal advice and recommendation to your situation.
Complimentary Case Assessment, Enquire or Call (07) 3252 2313
Protecting Your Rights and Freedoms
If you have been charged with a criminal offence, we recommend seeking immediate advice from one of our Brisbane criminal lawyers. In relation to most offences, there may be advice we can provide to you at an early stage which can assist you in achieving a better outcome of your matter. Considerations include:
- Police questioning, where you are deemed a suspect in relation to a matter. Our Brisbane criminal lawyers are able to attend a police interview with you to answer questions or assist you in exercising your right to silence.
- Traffic matters where we may be able to assist you in applying for a temporary work licence if you are eligible, having regard to both your personal circumstances and the nature of the offence.
- Minor criminal matters where the matter may be able to be referred to Adult Restorative Justice Conferencing, otherwise known as justice mediation. This may enable resolution of the matter outside of court, where the complainant may seek an apology or compensation.
- Serious criminal matters that may result in a trial in either the District or Supreme Court. Our Brisbane criminal lawyers will be to assist you in developing a case management strategy which may require requesting evidence, investigations, interviewing witnesses, and engaging experts.
Choosing the right lawyer to represent you with your criminal charge is an important decision, as the consequences extend beyond the penalty and include your reputation and livelihood. No matter you have been charged with, our Brisbane Criminal Lawyers will take the necessary steps to ensure that your rights and freedoms are protected while pursuing the best available outcome.
Exclusively Criminal Law
Nicholas Schoenmaker is a Brisbane based criminal and traffic lawyer who is prepared to assist you if you have been charged with a criminal offence. Practising almost exclusively in criminal law, he has appeared in a range of different courts. This includes the Magistrates, District and Supreme Courts, as well as the Court of Appeal, Murri Court, Mental Health Court and Children’s Court. The purpose for attending these courts include bail applications, pre-trial applications, trials, and sentences on a range of different charges as outlined below: