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Support Services Directory

Urgent or Immediate Support – Out of Hours If you, or someone you know, is at immediate risk of harm, please call Emergency Services on 000 or attend your nearest Hospital Emergency Department Other services which offer immediate support out of hours: Substance Addiction Intervention & Rehabilitation Facilities  Substance Addiction Crisis Intervention Counselling  Domestic Violence Shelters Homeless […]

Court Locations We Service

Robinson Law provides the Sunshine Coast, Brisbane and Gold Coast areas with unparalleled criminal legal services. We are able to service all Court locations in Queensland.  If you have been charged with a criminal offence, it is critical that you seek urgent legal advice and guidance from an expert in criminal law in order to […]

A Guide To Penalties

Fines Fines are referred to the State Penalties and Enforcement Registry (SPER). You will receive an Enforcement Order asking you to pay the fine. If this happens, you should contact SPER immediately and try to arrange part-payments through an Instalment Plan. Contact SPER on 1300 365 635, Monday to Friday, between 8 am and 5.45 […]

A Guide To Character References

Character References and Sentencing The Penalties and Sentences Act sets out in Section 9, all of the principles that a Court must have regard to when sentencing a person. These factors can help to mitigate a person’s sentence and can help them to achieve a better outcome or a lower sentence. One of the factors […]

A Guide To The Court Process

The Court process can be daunting and complex. At Robinson Law, we have years of experience and knowledge and can help you to navigate through the entire process from commencement to finalisation. We have written a guide to help outline the basics of the Court process in a very simplified way.  Please note that as […]

A Guide To Police Interviews

What happens if you are asked to participate in a police electronic record of interview? There is no obligation for you to participate in a police electronic record of interview. The police or Court cannot infer anything negative from your refusal to participate in an interview because everybody has the “right to silence”. This is […]

A Guide To Going To Court

If it is your first time going to Court, you may be apprehensive about what is going to happen or how are you supposed to act. This guide can offer assistance in Court etiquette and important things to remember to make your experience easier. If you are looking for information on how the entire Court […]

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