Sydney Sex Offence Lawyers
Armstrong Legal’s New South Wales Criminal Law team has a number of solicitors experienced in representing clients charged with sex offences such as sexual assault, sexual touching, historic sex offences and other sex-based offending. Because of the nature of sex offences, there is often a great deal at stake for people facing these sort of charges. A person’s career, ability to hold a working with children check, access to their children and freedom may be in jeopardy particularly as a jail sentence is often imposed where a person is found guilty of such an offence. This page contains information about Armstrong Legal’s Sydney sex offence lawyers.
Get a Sydney sex offence lawyer ASAP
It is critical that any person who is facing sex offence allegations or criminal charges ensures they have the best legal team on their side – from the date the allegation is first made.
Where a person is charged, it’s important to have a lawyer assisting with the charging process, decisions about whether or not to participate in interviews or forensic procedures, the making of a bail application and throughout the criminal matter – regardless of whether the client plans to defend the matter, or admit guilt.
Our lawyers regularly provide legal advice in relation to the management and handling of allegations, police investigative techniques that clients should be aware of and the charging and court process. We have people on hand to provide advice in relation to dealing with police, bail applications, the police brief of evidence and whether or not the charges should be defended at court.
Armstrong Legal’s Sydney sex offence lawyers
While all our lawyers deal with sexual offences from time to time, the below members of our team have particular experience in these types of matters. For one-off advice or representation, please feel free to call our lawyers on 1300 038 223 or send us an email to arrange an appointment with one of our Sydney sex offence lawyers.
Angela Cooney is the National Practice Director of Criminal Law at Armstrong Legal and is an Accredited Criminal Law Specialist (meaning she is recognised by the Law Society of NSW as a solicitor demonstrating specialised competence in criminal law).
Angela has a wealth of experience with sex-based offending, having appeared in both sentences and defended hearings for sexual offences in the Local Court. She has instructed counsel in District Court trials and sentences, Supreme Court bail applications and appeals to the Court of Criminal Appeal and is an experienced advocate.
Trudie Cameron is the NSW Practice Director of Criminal Law at Armstrong Legal and is an Accredited Criminal Law Specialist.
Trudie is particularly skilled at guiding her clients through the many different stages of a sex-based matter, matters involving historic allegations and matters involving recovered or repressed memories. From the moment the allegation is made, Trudie will provide specific advice to her clients about safeguarding their best interests, navigating the charging and bail process and building a defence. Trudie has appeared in sex matters as an advocate in the Local Court and District Court sentencing matters, and as an instructing solicitor in District Court trials, Supreme Court bail applications and appeals to the Court of Criminal Appeal.
Craig Robinson is a highly experienced Criminal Law Accredited Specialist who has been practising for over 30 years. Craig’s experience, cross-examination and candour in the courtroom are highly regarded. He is well known to magistrates and judges and has earned a reputation as a thorough, honest and persuasive advocate over many years.
Craig is passionate about achieving the best result possible for each client. He has appeared in sex matters as an advocate in Local Court and District Court sentencing matters, and as an instructing solicitor in District Court trials, Supreme Court bail applications and appeals to the Court of Criminal Appeal.
Craig is a Special Counsel at Armstrong Legal.