Windsor Criminal Lawyers


Trusted Choice for Criminal Defence

DEFENDING Your Rights!

When facing criminal charges in NSW, it’s essential to seek legal advice from an Expert Criminal Lawyer. Windsor Criminal Lawyers understand the life-altering consequences that come with criminal charges, which is why we are here to DEFEND you every step of the way.

If you have been charged by the Hawkesbury Police Area Command and need to appear that Windsor Local Court, contact our office for a free initial consultation.

Even if your matter is at a different Court, you can still contact our office for a free initial consultation.

Windsor Criminal lawyers specialise in handling a wide range of criminal offences. Whether you’re facing apprehended violence orders (AVO), drug offences, domestic violence offences, fraud offences, personal violence offences, property offences, sexual offences, or any other criminal charge, we are ready to provide legal representation tailored to your specific needs.

Windsor Local Court

The Contact details for Windsor Local Court are:

The Hawkesbury Police Area Command covers:

Agnes Banks 2753
Berambing 2758
Bilpin 2758
Blaxlands Ridge 2758
Bligh Park 2756
Bowen Mountain 2753
Bucketty 2250
Canoelands 2157
Cattai 2756
Central Colo 2756
Central Macdonald 2775
Clarendon 2756
Colo 2756
Colo Heights 2756
Cornwallis 2756
Cumberland Reach 2756
East Kurrajong 2758
Ebenezer 2756
Fernances 2775
Freemans Reach 2756
Glossodia 2756
Grose Vale 2753
Grose Wold 2753
Higher Macdonald 2775
Hobartville 2753
Kurmond 2757
Kurrajong 2758
Kurrajong Heights 2758
Kurrajong Hills 2758
Laughtondale 2775
Leets Vale 2775
Lower Macdonald 2775
Lower Portland 2756
Maraylya 2765
Maroota 2756
Mcgraths Hill 2756
Mellong 2756
Mogo Creek 2775
Mountain Lagoon 2758
Mulgrave 2756
North Richmond 2754
Oakville 2765
Perrys Crossing 2775
Pitt Town 2756
Putty 2330
Richmond 2753
Sackville 2756
Sackville North 2756
Scheyville 2756
Singletons Mill 2775
South Maroota 2756
South Windsor 2756
St Albans 2775
Ten Mile Hollow 2250
Tennyson 2754
The Slopes 2754
Upper Colo 2756
Upper Macdonald 2775
Vineyard 2765
Webbs Creek 2775
Wheeny Creek 2758
Wilberforce 2756
Windsor 2756
Windsor Downs 2756
Wisemans Ferry 2775
Womerah 2756
Wrights Creek 2775
Yarramundi 2753

Traffic Offences

Traffic law in NSW encompasses a broad range of offences related to the use of motor vehicles, including speeding, drink driving, drug driving, driving without a license, licence appeals, and negligent/dangerous driving offences. If you have been charged with a traffic offence in NSW, it is important to seek legal advice as soon as possible, as the penalties for traffic offences can be significant and can impact your driving privileges and employment. Click here for more information or contact Windsor Criminal Lawyers.

Drug offences

Windsor Criminal Lawyers understand the complexities surrounding drug offenses and the profound impact they can have on an individual’s life. We are committed to protecting your RIGHTS and providing you with a strong legal defence. We have a proven track record of successfully representing clients facing drug offences from possession to trafficking. Our approach to drug offence cases is comprehensive and client focused. We meticulously analyse the details of each case, leaving no stone unturned. We are here to guide you through the legal process, challenge evidence, and explore all available legal avenues to ensure your RIGHTS are protected. Click here for more information or contact Windsor Criminal Lawyers.

AVO | Apprehended violence order

At Windsor Criminal Lawyers, we understand the significant impact AVOs can have on the lives of our clients. We provide expert guidance and representation in AVO matters. We know that AVOs can arise in various contexts. Our mission is to ensure that your rights and interests are vigorously defended throughout the AVO process. We offer tailored legal solutions that are responsive to the unique circumstances of your case. We have a wealth of experience in navigating the intricate legal landscape surrounding AVOs. We understand that AVOs can have profound implications for your personal life and impact your ability to obtain firearms licence, security licence and other licences. We are committed to delivering the highest level of legal representation and advocacy to protect your RIGHTS. Click here for more information or contact Windsor Criminal Lawyers.

Assault charges can be life-altering, with severe legal consequences and lasting impacts. We understand the complexities and emotional stress that individuals facing assault charges endure. We are here to provide support, expert legal representation, and a strategic approach to your defence. Assault charges can range from common assault to more serious offenses, such as wounding and grievous bodily harm. We work closely with you to understand your side of the story and apply our legal expertise to build a strong defence. Our goal is to secure the best possible outcome for your case, whether that involves negotiation, a reduction in charges, or defending the matter in Court. Click here for more information or contact Windsor Criminal Lawyers.
Drink Driving

NSW has strict laws about drinking and driving, with the legal limit for an unrestricted licence holder being 0.05 prescribed concentration of alcohol (PCA). The penalties for drink driving differ depending on the PCA, the driver’s traffic history and the way the offence is prosecuted.

Unrestricted licence holders with a BAC of between 0.05 – 0.079 may be issued an infringement notice and an immediate notice of suspension for a first offence or a Court Attendance Notice. Any driver with a PCA of over 0.08 will be issued a Court Attendance Notice and an immediate notice of suspension.

Windsor Criminal Lawyers will review the evidence against you, challenge testing procedures if necessary, and explore all available legal avenues to secure the best possible outcome for your case. Click here for more information or contact Windsor Criminal Lawyers.

Expert Representation

Highly skilled and knowledgeable criminal lawyer for all your legal needs.

Proven Track Record

We have consistently achieved favourable outcomes for our clients.

Transparent Fees & Fixed Fees

We aim to build trust and foster a strong client-lawyer relationship based on open communication.

Unparalleled Service

We provide exceptional support to our clients, and go above and beyond to meet your needs.


When should I call a criminal lawyer?
You should consider calling a criminal lawyer in the following circumstances:
  1. Arrest: You have a right to speak to a lawyer if you are arrested by the Police.
  2. Investigation: If you are subject to a Police investigation, you can get advice from a criminal lawyer on your rights and options.
  3. Charged with criminal offences: If you are charged with a criminal offence and to get the best possible outcome, you should get legal advice from a criminal lawyer.

You do not need a lawyer and you can represent yourself in all Courts at every level in NSW with some exceptions, however, you should consider the following when contemplating if you need a lawyer:

  1. What are my rights and how do I exercise my rights?
  2. What are the Court processes?
  3. What Defence do I have and how do I present my Defence?
  4. How do I negotiate with the Prosecution?
  5. How do I challenge any prosecution evidence?
  6. What do I need to present to Court to mitigate any penalty?
  7. What appeal rights do I have?

We represent clients in all Criminal matters in all Courts in NSW.  We are experienced in NSW Criminal law legislations, regulations, and Court procedures, and take a strategic and tenacious approach in defending your RIGHTS and interests.

In NSW, the Courts endeavour to resolve all matters in a just and timely manner but many factors play a part in the duration of the matter, including: 

  1. The Court which the case is being prosecuted in (usually matters in the Local Courts are resolved faster than in higher Courts),
  2. Whether a guilty or not guilt plea is entered,
  3. Whether the accused is in custody or on bail,
  4. The caseload of the particular Court registry in which your matter is being prosecuted,
  5. Prosecution and defence witness availability to give evidence,
  6. Extent of negotiations with the Prosecutions,
  7. Pretrial applications in the higher Courts and many other factors.

If you are arrested by the Police:

  1. Stay calm and do not resist the arrest,
  2. Cooperate with the Police by listening to their directions,
  3. Ask to speak to a lawyer before you make any statements to the Police.

For a free consultation call Windsor Criminal Lawyers on (02) 8610 3764.


Penalties for criminal and Traffic offences in NSW range from dismissals, fines, bonds, imprisonment, and other custodial sentences. Additionally, a criminal conviction can have far-reaching consequences, impacting your employment opportunities, certain licenses, and personal relationships.

We understand the complexities of the NSW legal system and are dedicated to protecting your rights.

Contact Windsor Criminal Lawyers for a free consultation.

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