Legal Advice For Police Investigations
If you are being investigated by the police or any other investigative body then it is likely that you need to obtain legal advice in order to know your rights and obligations in the situation and those that the investigators are required to give you. There are many different criminal charges that the police and other agencies can charge a person with. These may include but are not limited to: assaults, sexual offences, drug offences, domestic violence breaches, and fraud.
Ferrall & Co. Lawyers are able to assist you in all areas of criminal defence. We are able to represent you in relation to any criminal charge you have been accused of, whether it is a summary offence or something of a more serious nature. While we are based on the Sunshine Coast, however, we service all Courts in South-East Queensland, meaning we are able to appear in any Court at any location.
It is very important for you to be aware that you are not required to give the police a statement at any time; this is your right to silence and it is very important to your defence. Prior to speaking to the police or any other investigator, we would recommend you to contact our office. Ferrall & Co. Lawyers will provide you with confidential impartial legal advice in a timely manner so that you are aware of your position and are able to make informed decisions on how you wish to proceed with your matter.
There are numerous stages that a criminal defendant may ultimately go through and Ferrall & Co. will be there with you through each of them. If you are charged with a crime and are required to appear in Court, we are able to act for you and go through the process with you. We will work with you to obtain the best possible outcome for you, whether that is to progress your matter through a trial or enter a plea of guilty to the charges.