Maclean Local Court Lawyers
Facing a local court appearance at Maclean?
The police presence in Yamba/Iluka/Maclean, spilling over from Grafton, is very high. Highway patrol and general duty police target a variety of traffic offences, which result in a court attendance notice to MacLean Local Court. Offences such as drink-driving (Random Breath Testing, or RBT) and drug-driving (Mobile Drug Testing, or MDT), assaults, traffic and driving offences (such as negligent driving), AVO’s, theft/larceny and the like.
That’s where the Maclean Local Court Lawyers can assist.
If you have been charged with any offence and need to attend MacLean Local Court, then you should call the Local Court Lawyers.
That’s all we do, everyday. The name says it all: Local Court Lawyers – we are experts in local court matters.
The Maclean Local Court Lawyers will represent you in:
- Drink Driving
- Traffic offences
- Drug possession
- Apprehended Violence Orders
- Negligent and dangerous driving
- Property damage
- Children’s Court
- and all other matters in the local court.
People choose the Maclean Local Court Lawyers because:
- We have a proven track record of getting great results for our clients.
- We explain everything to our clients – the charges they face, the likely sentence or penalty, advice on how to plead, the court process, what our clients can do to improve their position, what their references need to say, who to bring with you to court (and even what to wear, if you want our advice on that too!).
- Our rates are very competitive and there are no hidden fees or charges. If the plea is guilty (for drink-driving, for example) you’ll pay one fee, up-front. That’s it. The one-off fee covers all meetings, advice, correspondence and court appearances.
- The principal, Sally McPherson, is completing her Masters in Law (Criminal Practice) – a rare and relevant qualification in the field of local court work.
- We give expert legal advice
Legal help from our Maclean Lawyers is just a phone call or email away
……we are experts in all matters in the local courts of Maclean, NSW.