Serious Assault Charges
Have you been charged with serious assault?
The term “assault” draws its definition from section 245 of the Criminal Code Act 1899, which is examined in an article drafted by a criminal lawyer. A very quick example may include punching or kicking a police officer, whilst the police officer is performing their duties.
If you have been charged with an offence of serious assault, you might be concerned about the potential impact this charge could have on your life, your career, and your reputation. As each matter is unique, we recommend organising a complimentary case assessment to determine the best and most efficient approach to resolving your matter.
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