JK Lawyers has defended clients from all walks of life against police charges in the Magistrates Court and County Count during our professional practice over the last 20 years.
We take time to understand all of your background and circumstances, and then provide the best defence, strategy and representation for the best possible outcome for your court matter. This includes negotiating for the police charges to be dismissed, negotiating with the magistrate or judge for a lighter sentence.
Some of the clients we have assisted faced charges over assault, armed robbery, drug trafficking, indecent exposure, rape, sexual assault, theft, traffic fines (including unpaid toll charges), breaches of intervention orders, and even offences against the Migration Act.
You can be assured of good and thorough professional services at JK Lawyers so please do not hesitate to contact one of our staff.
JK Lawyers has lawyers experienced and skilled in court matters, including providing advice, preparing for appearances at court hearings, a wealth of experience in other litigious areas of practice.
No one likes to spend money and resources in court suing or being sued. This can be highly stressful and draining both financially and emotionally.
Let us represent you and help you with the burden of the court process. We make the process easy for you.
Supreme Court of Victoria – Property matters, business ownership, liquidation matters
County Court of Victoria – Letters of Administration, Probate matters, Personal injury, Criminal matters involving police charges over sexual assault, drug trafficking, robbery and theft.
Magistrates' Court of Victoria – Breaches of council’s building orders, Commercial matters, Debt recovery, Immigration related charges, Motor vehicle accidents, Police charges (criminal, toll fines), Personal injury.
Federal Circuit Court – Family matters
Family Court – Family matters
Administrative Appeals Tribunal – Appeals to decisions made by the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) for Visa Applications
Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal – Domestic building disputes, Leases, Neighbour disputes (including fencing), Owners Corporation, Residential Tenancies