Our lawyers are in court on a daily basis representing clients charged with criminal offences. Each case will depend on its own facts. We have substantial experience in identifying the strengths and weaknesses of a prosecution case and providing clients with the most effective way of dealing with the allegations. It is important to remember that the police or prosecution must prove the “elements” of the offence beyond reasonable doubt for you to be found guilty by a court.

Can I defend the charges against me? Will I get a conviction? Will I go to jail? Our lawyers are committed to ensuring you are provided with the advice necessary to make informed and correct decisions. This will help to ensure a good outcome.

Our Recent Cases  

6Apr
Breach of Family Violence Safety Notice

Breach of Family Violence Safety Notice

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Charges of aggravated burglary when a Family Violence Safety Notice is in place: Slades & Parsons successfully defends client Issuing of Family Violence Safety Notice Police charged our client with an aggravated burglary after attending...
3Apr
Arson sentencing and mental health

Arson sentencing and mental health

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Arson charges for $100,000 in property damages Slades & Parsons solicitor Mr Louis Dean represented an accused person charged with arson. The client was charged after causing over $100,000 of damage by setting fire to...
13Aug
Conspiracy To defraud

Conspiracy To defraud

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Ms Pisasale of our office recently dealt with a ‘Conspiracy to defraud’ matter involving the use of credit-card skimming devices...
16Mar
Sentencing in Victoria 2015

Sentencing in Victoria 2015

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Community Corrections Orders – “a radical new sentencing option” Guideline Judgment of the Court of Appeal Boulton v. the Queen [2014] VSCA 342 Slades and Parsons criminal lawyers keep abreast of all relevant changes in...