We are Australia's largest and most experienced Criminal Law firm, with 14 lawyers including 5 Accredited Specialists and over 150 years combined experience. We handle over 1000 criminal cases a year. Each of our fourteen criminal lawyers attends court on a daily basis. They are familiar with the magistrates and judges, and they know how best to approach them. They will fight for justice. Call us now on 9261 4555.
We represent clients in the local, district courts and Supreme Court as well as the court of criminal appeal, where the cases we present have been carefully prepared in such a manner to ensure the best possible outcome.
Pica Criminal Lawyers handles all criminal and driving charges together with appearing for people that both seek Intervention Orders and wish to defend Intervention Orders.
Pica Criminal Lawyers are dedicated to ensuring that our clients achieve their best possible outcomes.
Providing high quality representation and advice in all criminal matters with over twenty years experience. Specialist Criminal lawyers are availible at all times. Our lawyers appear daily in the Supreme,County and Magistrates Courts. We are happy to discuss your matter and provide initial advice with a clear and accurate estimate of the costs and possible outcomes.
Our lawyers also specialise in Assaults & AVOs, Drug Offences (including Synthetic Cannabinoids), Fraud Offences; & Sexual Offences. Incredible track record in all traffic matters, including Drive Under Influence (DUI), Drive Whilst Disqualified/Suspended, & License Suspension appeals.
Paul Vale Criminal Law is an accredited specialist criminal law firm providing professional and affordable advice and representation in all summary and indictable matters (including all traffic offences). We have one of the only experienced Criminal Lawyers in Victoria who is fluent in Chinese (Mandarin).
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