We have literally done thousands of successful bail applications.
New laws governing bail applications come into force in May 2014 so it is essential that you are properly advised and represented.
Not being properly represented on a bail application can have costly implications. If your first bail application is refused, you may have to take your next bail application to the Supreme Court, which can extend your time in custody and incur further costs.
Arrests frequently occur outside business hours. We offer a 24-hour-a-day, 7-days-a-week service – call us on 1800-CRIM-LAW (2746-529) to arrange representation at your hearing – even on weekends.
We offer advice on a range of issues that arise around bail such as whether a surety might be required, reporting to a police station and the types of conditions that might be imposed.
Losing your freedom is extremely distressing, on you and anyone close to you. It is essential to contact us immediately if you find yourself in a situation where you think that you – or your family member or partner – might be imprisoned.