CRIMLAW CRIMINAL DEFENCE LAWYERS
Level 5, 311 Castlereagh St, Sydney CBD NSW 2000
Also Services: NSW
CRIMLAW are experts in Criminal Law and Traffic Law -
NSW Law Society Accredited Specialist in Criminal Law -
Offices in Sydney CBD - 5 specialised criminal law advocates.
We appear in all Courts in Greater Sydney including:
- Childrens Court
- Local Court
- District Court
- Supreme Court
- Court of Criminal Appeal
We have fought for 1000's of satisfied clients on many charges including:
- Sexual Assault
- Act of Indecency
- Indecent Assault
- Sexual Intercourse without Consent
- All drug related offences - possession, supply, manufacture, cultivate, importation, restricted substances;
- Assaults, Domestic Violence, Wounding, Grievious Bodily Harm, Actual Bodily Harm, Weapons, Knives Firearm offences - possession, discharge, manufacture;
- Stealing offences - larceny, fraud, obtain by deception, false instrument,
- Centrelink fraud
- Corporate Fraud
- Proceeds of Crime
- Licence Appeals
- Bail Applications - Urgent, Local Court, Supreme Court, District Court
- Traffic offences - Drink Driving, PCA, DUI, Drive whilst Disqualified, Drive whilst Suspended, Exceed Speed, Negligent Driving
If you dont see your charge here give us a call on 1300999529.
Crimlaw can help you with any criminal charge or traffic offence.
Our Team Profiles
Rebekah has been with us since the inception of CRIMLAW and is a committed and efficient office manager. She works hard serving the interests of our clients on a daily basis and is a dedicated and intelligent young lady, and has appeared in Court on numerous occasions with leave of the Court. Rebekah has been involved in this area of law for the past 6 years and knows exactly what needs to be done, both in and out of Court. An indispensible member of the CRIMLAW family, Rebekah ensures the smooth running of all aspects of the Firm, making sure that our client's know what is going on every step of the way.
Jason is a recently admitted lawyer. He commenced with Crimlaw as a law clerk and stayed on once he was admitted as a solicitor in NSW. He has a growing knowledge of Criminal Law and a real hunger to fight for our clients rights in court
Called to the Bar of England and Wales in 2004 Metin has worked exclusively and consistently in defending those facing charges of a criminal nature.Metin possesses a wealth of experience having assisted clients facing charges ranging from PCA and driving matters through to complex fraud and murder including offences of dishonesty, violent offences against the person, offences involving drugs and firearms and offences of a sexual nature including those where allegations have been made by minors or other vulnerable individuals.Metin respects and values, the needs, rights and liberty of our clients, and strives to provide representation of the very highest standards in order to secure the best possible outcome in every case. Metin brings all those professional qualities to every client he represents at CRIMLAW.
Accredited Specialist in Criminal LawProfile
Robert began his career in law working for some of Sydney's top Commercial law firms. He finished his studies in Law working for a Judge where he was fortunate to be involved in many court cases where he obtained an understanding of the many complexities that affect a party in their court proceedings. From there, he realised that the defenceless needed protecting and consequently began his chosen career working as a defence lawyer.Robert started his career in law working for Legal Aid NSW handling a large case load and immersing himself in learning about court advocacy. He left Legal Aid to become a Criminal Defence consultant for a boutique criminal law firm and shortly after invested all his knowledge and energy in creating CRIMLAW. His vision was a criminal defence firm that would have only the best and brightest lawyers providing top quality legal representation in the area of criminal defence law at an affordable price to anyone who needed help. Having appearing over the years in all types of complex criminal matters, his persistence, tenacity and passion for Criminal Law and the defence of his clients has seen him excel to the top of his field.His vision combined with his hunger to have justice done makes him the advocate that you want fighting for your rights. His belief that everyone is entitled to respect and a strong and vigorous defence is the ethos that he has instilled in the CRIMLAW family. His willingness to help any person under any circumstances is the driving force of CRIMLAW and helps it grow from strength to strength.In 2013 Robert realised that running a firm had taken a lot of his time. Time that he wanted to spend working for clients and spending with family so he decided to sell the firm Crimlaw. He has stayed on at the new firm Crimlaw Criminal Defence Lawyers as a lawyer and a consultant. This has allowed him to dedicate his time to the thing he loves the best – representing clients. Robert has been endorsed by the Law Society of NSW as an Accredited Specialist in Criminal Law. He is also a member of the following Legal Aid Panels: specialist Serious Crime, General Crime, specialist Children's Crime, the specialist Sexual Assault Communication Privilege and the Metropolitan Duty Scheme Panel.
Wayne is an integral part of the CRIMLAW family with a wealth of life and legal experience under his belt. He started his legal career as a solicitor practising in criminal law, he was then called to the Bar where he spent 10 years practising as a Criminal Law Barrister before leaving the Bar to dedicate himself to representing the clients at CRIMLAW.Over the years Wayne has been briefed in some of the most complex and high profile criminal matters in NSW.Wayne is also well renowned for being a Lawyer that can get the job done. His tenacious approach in Court has seen him excel in his career and has clients returning over and over again.He is a gifted raconteur and has a story for every occasion and a memory that would put an elephant to shame. Wayne's reputation in the Legal Community is well regarded and respect and he is an indispensable member of the CRIMLAW family.Wayne is a member of the following Legal Aid Panels: General Crime, specialist Children's Crime and Metropolitan Duty Scheme Panel.
Principal Solicitor - Criminal LawyerProfile
Fiona Aroney was admitted as a solicitor to the Supreme Court in 2006. Upon being admitted Fiona obtained a graduate position with a top tier commercial law firm. She also volunteered as a solicitor with the Redfern Legal Centre.During her time as a corporate lawyer she realised that her true strengths lay in interacting with people and fighting for social justice. She took that passion into a position with the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions.As a prosecutor, Fiona gained considerable advocacy experience in the Local and District Courts, in matters relating to both Centrelink and large scale fraud, Customs affairs, Aviation offences, a variety of large drug matters, sexual servitude, child sex tourism offences, and matters relating to child pornography. She also learnt the tricks of the trade of the prosecution, skills she has brought with her as a criminal defence lawyer.In 2011 Fiona joined Crimlaw and continued her work representing those in need. By 2013 she had decided she wanted to run the firm and bought out her former employer. She kept the name and the staff and started her own firm naming it Crimlaw Criminal Defence Lawyers. Fiona's strong work ethic and passion to fight for justice is brought into every matter that Crimlaw appears in.She is also fluent in Greek.
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