Stary Norton Halphen’s Geelong office is located within walking distance of Geelong Magistrates’ Court and Geelong Train Station.
Our Geelong team of criminal defence lawyer - Elli Dawe- are available to assist you with a broad range of criminal matters, from drink driving to domestic violence to any matter where you have been charged with an offence and are required to go to Court.
Our Geelong lawyers represent anyone facing a criminal charge, no matter the jurisdiction in which their case is heard. Whether it be the Magistrates’ Court, Children’s Court, County Court or the Supreme Court our team will provide you with excellent representation.
Being local, our criminal lawyers regularly oppose Geelong police prosecutors and regularly appear before the magistrates who sit in Geelong, meaning they are positioned well to handle your case in a way that will give you the best opportunity to receive the best possible outcome.
Our Geelong lawyers also work closely with support services in Geelong and have been developing these relationships in the local Geelong area since we first opened our doors. These relationships benefit our clients.
Our local criminal lawyers are here to provide you with excellent advice and representation, in relation to all criminal law and intervention order proceedings. They also have extensive support from our team of lawyers across Victoria, including partners Sam Norton, Andrew Halphen, Louise Conwell, Jim McGarvie, Clare Morris, Nick Jane and Tim Schocker.
Whether you require a drink driving lawyer in Geelong, or are seeking representation for any other criminal offence, call us on 03 5223 9800 or contact us through our website to arrange an appointment with our criminal lawyers in Geelong. For After Hours enquiries, please ring 0407 410 821.
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Advice from a competent and experienced criminal lawyer before you are interviewed can and often does have a meaningful impact on the outcome of your case and in some instances, is the difference between whether your matter proceeds to court or not.