At Breens Solicitors and Conveyancers, we are able to assist with many areas of law, making it easy to find the help you need when you need it most.
Have you been charged by the Police and have to go to Court?
Being charged with a criminal offence can be a stressful experience. When your liberty is at risk, you should engage the services of a criminal defence lawyer to ensure you receive the best possible legal representation.
Our office is cenveniently located next to the Local Court and Police Station complex in George Street, Liverpool.
At Breens Solicitors & Conveyancers, we represents clients in the Local, District and Supreme Courts. We understand the complexities of law and with over 28 years experience, we have spent years building skills to ensure we can provide our clients with the best results possible. We also brief specialist criminal law barristers to represent you in Court, so you get the best legal representation at more than reasonable legal fees.
If you have been charged with a criminal offence or have any question regarding a criminal law matter, please contact Paul Kaperonis, Solicitor on (02) 9600 8000.
First consultation (15 mins) for general advice is free. You can then make up your mind as to what you want to do. You can also send your enquiry online now.
If you cannot afford to pay us privately, we can apply for Legal Aid, subject to Conditions.
Breens Solicitors & Conveyancers can represent you in criminal matters, so feel free to contact us on (02) 9600 8000.
Better call Paul : 9600 800
How can Breens Solicitors & Conveyancers help you?
Defending the charge
With over 28 years’ experience in criminal matters and our understanding of the defences available, we can advise you in relation to the strengths of the police case against you and whether or not the charge can be defended.
Just because you have been charged with an offence, it does not necessarily mean you should plead guilty or that the police will succeed in proving their case. You do have rights. Let us advise you with no nonsense common sense advice.
Although some offences carry heavy maximum penalties, lesser penalties are available to the court (such as good behaviour bonds, community service orders, suspended sentences or weekend detention). Instructing Breens Solicitors & Conveyancers to represent you on sentence can make a difference. We can also brief specialist criminal defence barristers to represent you .
If you have been charged with any criminal offence, you can contact Paul Kaperonis, Solicitor on (02) 9600 8000 for assistance and advice.
Criminal Law - some of the offences that we deal with