The basis of our system of criminal justice is that a person, although charged with an offence, is considered innocent until proved guilty of the offence. The magistrate, judge or jury, as the case may be, must be satisfied beyond a reasonable doubt that the person is guilty. Where there is a reasonable doubt, the person must be acquitted (that is, found to be not guilty of the offence).
The fact that a person has been charged does not mean that she or he is guilty, and any discussion of the charge should make it clear that at this stage the offence is only alleged.
At Causidicus Legal we provide advice and representation in criminal law at local courts. We are here to help, so feel free to contact us and we will do all we can to assist.
We assist and represent clients in the following areas:
Apprehended Domestic Violence Orders (ADVOs)
Stealing and larceny
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If you would like to contact us to make an appointment or you need help regarding any legal matter, please contact our office during business hours on 1300 889 370.
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