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National Criminal LawyersTM works closely with Junior Counsels to increase your chances of having your criminal charges dropped or reduced. Our Sydney Criminal Lawyers work with the following Junior Counsels
Mr Chabbra is a Barrister from Maurice Byers Chambers.
He practises criminal defence work in Bail, Sentence, Hearing, Trial, and Appeal matters.
He regularly appears in the Local Court, District Court, Supreme Court, and Court of Criminal Appeal, as well as the State Parole Authority and Mental Health Review Tribunal.
In 2016 Doyles Guide to Leading Criminal Law Barristers named him as one of New South Walesâ€™ â€śPreeminentâ€ť Junior Counsel practicing Criminal Law.
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Douglas Marr is a Barrister who we instruct regularly in Criminal Law matters.
He is a Barrister who regularly represents clients across a broad range of jurisdictions, at Trial level and on Appeal.
He is very thorough when preparing for his clients matters and is a highly skilled advocate. He presents his clientâ€™s case as persuasively as possible, to achieve the most favourable outcome.
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Michael Farrar is a Barrister who we brief in various Criminal Law matters.
He has been admitted as a Barrister since 1984, having over 30 years of experience. He provides expert legal advice to his clients, his advice is highly trusted and presented very well in Court before a Presiding Officer.
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Stephen Hopper is a Barrister who we brief from Sir Owen Dixon chambers.
We brief Mr Hopper in various Criminal Law matters upon our clientâ€™s request. He is a Courtroom specialist, with highly respected advocacy skills who works hard to get a outstanding result for his clients.
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David Price is a Barrister who we instruct from Sir Owen Dixon Chambers.
Mr Price was called to the Bar in 1999. His areas of practice is Appelate, Coronial Inquests/Commissions of Inquiry and Criminal Law. David Price specialises in the conduct of Criminal Trials in the District and Supreme Court. He has represented accused persons facing a broad range of serious offences including commercial drug trafficking, gang related violence and murder. He is a Member of the NSW Legal Aid Panel of Serious/Complex Crime Practitioners.
We instruct Mr Price in various difficult and complex Criminal Law matters. He uses his experience and knowledge to achieve outstanding results for his clients.
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James Trevallion is a Barrister who we brief from Sir Owen Dixon Chambers.
His areas of practice are Appellate, Coronial Inquests/Commissions of Inquiry,
Criminal Law and Intentional Torts.
He was called to the Bar in 1999 and has extensive experience as a Trial Advocate.
James regularly appears in Criminal Trials in the Supreme Court and District Court of NSW and, in recent times, he has appeared in many high profile cases.
James also has an extensive appeals and advice practice and he regularly appears in appeal courts including the NSW Court of Criminal Appeal.
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Peter Little is one of the Barristers who we instruct from Sir Owen Dixon Chambers.
He has been practicing for over 30 years. His area of practice and speciality is solely Criminal Law. He regularly appears in the Local Court, District Court, Supreme Court, and Court of Criminal Appeal.
He is a great advocate who understands and caters individually to each clientâ€™s needs, getting the best possible outcome.
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Sharyn Hall is one of the Barristers that we instruct from Samuel Griffith Chambers in Sydney.
She has been a Barrister for over 12 years. Her areas of practice are Criminal Law, Coronial Inquests and Inquiries / Royal Commissions.
She has extensive knowledge in Criminal Law matters and prepares her cases thoroughly, with perfection in order to obtain the best possible results for her clients.
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