Repute Law lawyers have a proven track record of successfully defending clients who have been the subject of a criminal investigation or prosecution, including complex and difficult cases. These include historic sexual offences, cybercrime charges and serious road traffic offences.
If you are currently at risk of police taking you into custody, or if you can no longer adhere to the conditions of your bail, contact Repute Law to discuss a bail variation. We have Senior Lawyers who specialise in bail applications and variations.
The sooner you call our legal hotline, the sooner we can begin working on your criminal defence case.
Typically, traditional law firms have expensive offices, layer upon layer of partners and associates, not to mention company cars and lots of long lunches. Guess who pays for all of that? Yes, you do—the client. At Repute Law, we think this approach is just plain wrong, so we take an entirely new approach. We truly value our clients, and we keep all our company expenditures as low as possible so that your money is spent on what it needs to be spent on—the best Senior Criminal Defence Lawyer and legal advice to get you the best outcome. If you have been charged with a criminal offence, you know we will look after you in every way possible, both legally and financially.
The consequences of a criminal conviction may be both severe and life-changing. You may end up with a permanent criminal record, which can affect your employment prospects, relationships, and eligibility for insurance.
For this reason, it is highly advisable to appoint a specialist senior lawyer to be on your side from the moment you’re arrested. Even a lesser criminal charge can turn into a complicated case, or may result in an outcome unfavourable to you, if not handled correctly.
Building a strong defence early can increase your chances of a favourable outcome — starting with the expert support of Repute Law. Our highly experienced lawyers apply years of industry knowledge to defend your future and fight for your best interests.
Simply call our legal hotline at 1800 888 228 to connect with a Case Concierge™ and move forward with your case.
Penalties for criminal cases may be severe. In addition to receiving a permanent criminal record, you may face hefty fines, community service and jail time. This may cause you to lose your job, affect personal relationships, your ability to care or support loved ones, and damage your reputation.
The criminal charges lawyers at Repute Law believe in protecting the rights and dignity of all our clients. Everyone is entitled to the presumption of innocence and deserves a strong defence under the law, no matter the severity of their criminal charge.
First, we assign a Senior Criminal Offence Lawyer with expertise relevant to your case. Then, we evaluate any evidence brought against you and your side of events to determine the best approach to clear your name and protect your reputation.
Contact Repute Law today to begin working on your criminal case.
Being charged with any criminal offence can be stressful, upsetting and confusing. Therefore, securing the highest quality legal advice and representation is crucial. We believe in protecting the rights and dignity of all our clients and that everyone deserves a strong defence under the law. If you instruct us, we’ll assign a Senior Criminal Defence Lawyer with expertise relevant to your case. We’ll evaluate any evidence brought against you, along with your side of events and determine the best approach to clear your name and protect your reputation.
We also believe in offering a fixed fee service, so there is certainty in the cost of the legal work we provide for you and transparency—no unexpected hidden fees or bias costs based on your occupation or postcode. As our Senior Criminal Defence Lawyers work remotely, you will not be paying for an expensive office or unnecessary overheads.
Cases vary in complexity and duration, and there can be uncertainty about the total cost. So here at Repute Law, we offer a range of fixed fees for our services to give you cost certainty and enable you to budget effectively. There are no hidden, unexpected fees or bias costs based on your occupation or postcode. As our Senior Criminal Defence Lawyers work remotely you won’t be paying for an expensive office or unnecessary overheads. The last thing we want, or you need is for you to worry about your finances while going through a legal case.
We go above and beyond to ensure you will get the care and attention you deserve. As well as always being assigned a Senior Criminal Defence Lawyers, never a junior lawyer, every Repute Law client is supported by their designated Case Concierge, which is unique to Repute Law. The Case Concierge will monitor your case giving you regular updates by phone, text and email, so you’re never left in the dark, wondering what is happening. The Case Concierge will also regularly check in with you to make sure you are kept up to date with everything.
If an individual accuses you of a criminal charge, you need to act immediately to defend your rights and reputation. Defending your case on your own is never recommended, as doing so could jeopardise your case and reduce any likelihood of receiving a fair outcome.
The experienced Senior Criminal Offence Lawyers at Repute Law are willing to fight for your freedom and seek the best possible outcome. We provide decades of combined experience with fixed fee rates for your peace of mind.
Our Senior Criminal Offence Lawyers specialise in a wide range of criminal charges and offences, including:
We encourage you to call our hotline at 1800 888 228 to explore your legal options for representation during a criminal case.
Getting charged with a criminal offence is a serious situation. To determine how serious your case is and the expected outcome, you should immediately contact Repute Law. There is no substitute for experience and your Repute Law Senior Lawyer has the seniority and experience to advise and guide you on the necessary steps to protect your position and your reputation to get you the best possible outcome.
No matter the severity or number of charges you face, getting in touch with an experienced lawyer should be your first order of business.
Repute Law is standing by to take your call at 1800 888 228.
A Senior Criminal Defence Lawyer will advise you on your position and determine what steps must be taken to effectively defend you, to protect your reputation and future, and to represent you in Court during the hearing of your criminal case.
The Senior Criminal Defence Lawyers of Repute Law are uniquely prepared to support your situation. With our fixed fee rates and years of industry experience, you know you’re partnering with qualified professionals. Plus, you’re always assigned a Case Concierge™ — who is also a lawyer — to get you Court Ready™ and inform you of new developments.
We invite you to contact us today so we can begin working on your criminal case.
The severity of your criminal offence may come with many penalties, including fines, jail time and a criminal record. An experienced Senior Lawyer can tell you the likely outcome and also steps to take to get the best possible outcome. The best way to determine the implications of your charge is to contact the team at Repute Law today.
A Court Attendance Notice (CAN) is a formal document outlining criminal charges against you and stating the date of your proceedings. Missing this event is extremely serious and may result in a warrant for the individual’s arrest and additional charges. Be sure to contact Repute Law and our seasoned Senior criminal offence lawyers to discuss the next steps and expectations.
A summary offence refers to a criminal charge carrying a maximum penalty of no more than two years, which can only be dealt with in the Local Court. In contrast, an indictable offence is a criminal charge which carries a maximum penalty of more than 2 years imprisonment. A significant number of indictable offences can and are routinely heard in the Local Court.
An indictable offence is therefore more serious than a summary offence, and whilst there is a time limit in that the prosecution cannot proceed with a summary offence if the alleged offence occurred more than 6 months ago, there is no such time limit attached to an indictable offence You can determine the severity of your criminal charge by contacting the team at Repute Law today.
A “quashed” conviction refers to a conviction that the Court of Criminal Appeal has invalidated or overturned, while a “pardon” is not the equivalent of an acquittal, it clears a person from all consequences of the offence but does not eliminate the conviction itself.
Regarding convictions in NSW, a typical conviction becomes a “spent conviction” if an adult person maintains a clean criminal record for 10 years from the date of the conviction. For a child, it is 3 consecutive years.. However, there are some specific convictions that do not fall under this category. These exceptions encompass: