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Contact Armstrong Legal:
Sydney: (02) 9261 4555

Andrew Fraser

Armstrong Legal’s team of criminal lawyers regularly appear before Yass Local Court. We handle a wide range of traffic and criminal matters, including drink driving, drug driving, licence appeals, assaults, sexual offences, drug charges, theft and fraud.

Going to court can be a confusing and overwhelming process and our lawyers will help guide you through your proceedings and keep you fully informed of your court dates and all developments in your case.

Armstrong Legal have local knowledge to present your case in the best possible way which means the best opportunity to secure the best result, for you.

Call us on 1300 168 676.

Do I need a lawyer to represent me?

It is your choice whether to represent yourself or whether to have a solicitor represent you in Court. If you are worried about a criminal conviction or loss of licence, we would advise having a solicitor represent you. For someone who is unfamiliar with the Court system, having to navigate a drink driving charge for example, can be daunting. Our solicitors specialise in traffic and criminal matters and will use their experience and expertise to lead you through the process to the best possible outcome.

Call 1300 146 568 for more information.

What does it mean to have a criminal conviction recorded?

The consequences of having a criminal conviction recorded can be very serious. For example, many employers will conduct a background check on potential employees as part of the standard recruitment process including a police check. A police check would reveal if you have a criminal conviction recorded against your name, and the charge for which it was recorded. This may impact the employer's decision in whether or not to employ you.

In certain professions a criminal conviction may need to be reported to a regulatory body. For example, a member of the legal profession must report any criminal convictions to the relevant law society who will then make a determination as to whether that legal practitioner should be allowed to continue to practice law.

A criminal conviction may also inhibit future overseas travel. Most countries require visitors to obtain a visa prior to entering the country. As part of the visa process, you will more than likely need to disclose any criminal convictions. Depending on the policy of the particular country for which the visa is being sought, your visa may or may not be granted based on the person's criminal record.

Is it possible to avoid a criminal record?

It may be possible to avoid a criminal record if you are afforded the leniency of a section 10 non conviction order.

Where is Armstrong Legal's office?

Our closest office to Yass Local Court is in Canberra.

Level 5, 1 Farrell Place, Canberra ACT 2601

We also have an office in Sydney.

Yass Local Court - Criminal Lawyer Yass
Yass Local Court is located at:
47 Rossi St
New South Wales (NSW).

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where to next?

If you suspect that you may be under investigation, or if you have been charged with an offence, it is vital to get competent legal advice as early as possible. Our lawyers are highly specialised in criminal law and will be able to guide you through the process while dealing with the various authorities related to your matter.

Why Choose Armstrong Legal?

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