Criminal Charges, Apprehended Domestic Violence Orders, Apprehended Violence Orders and Traffic Offences

Our lawyers represent clients in the Local, District and Supreme Court of NSW for criminal and traffic offences. We have lawyers appear almost daily in either Nowra Local Court, Milton Local Court, Batemans Bay Local Court, Moruya Local Court, Narooma Local Court, Bega Local Court and surrounds. We also regularly appear for client's in other Courts all over the NSW. 

We can provide valuable advice and representation on all court matters, including domestic violence, assaults, sexual offences, drug matters, drink and drug driving (PCA), traffic matters and apprehended violence orders.

What is a 'CAN'

CAN is the acronym for a Court Attendance Notice. A Court Attendance Notice is the formal notice to a person charged with a criminal or traffic offence, setting out the offence the person has been charged with and when they must attend to Court to answer the charge. If you do not attend Court on the date indicated then you may be convicted in your absence and a warrant may issue for your arrest. 

You should contact a lawyer if you believe you may receive a Court Attendance Notice or as soon as you receive one, to obtain legal advice specific to your circumstances.

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