Where a matter doesn’t resolve into a plea of guilty or dismissal of charges then the matter will generally need to proceed to a trial. The team at Cridland & Hua Lawyers are expert criminal defence lawyers and can assist the process for trials.
In the Magistrates Court, trials are conducted before a Magistrate. The function her is as both ‘judge and jury’. In the District and Supreme Courts, trials are generally conducted before a judge. Plus a jury of 12 ordinary citizens.
There will be a ‘pre-trial’ hearing In many instances before a matter proceeds to trial. Essentially, this is a hearing to determine key matters. These include the admissibility of certain evidence or how certain evidence can be used.
If the matter is sufficiently complicated or serious, Cridland & Hua Lawyers will engage the services of only the most experienced and reputable barristers to act as your criminal defence for trials. In some cases, this may even include the Queen’s Counsel. We provide seamless representation to our clients, which is of the highest calibre. We advance your best interests as a client at every step in the trial process.
Cridland & Hua Lawyers are the specialists amongst Brisbane Law Firms. We are criminal law experts with a formidable reputation and proven track record of success at all court levels across Australia. Contact us today.
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