Weapons Offence Case Studies
If you have been charged with a weapons charge and you are after information about real cases and results, then you have come to the right place.
Doogue + George has defended a number of weapons cases.
Read some of the case studies listed below to learn about some of our successful results.
This is a case study involving multiple driving charges and other offences. What is alleged to have occured? Our client was charged with numerous offences ranging from drugs, weapons, assault, and multiple traffic violations. These charges predated our client’s first court appearance for a drug offending and no other offences ...Read More
This is a case study on deferring a sentence for a youth charged with numerous offences. What is alleged to have occured? Our client was a young man who was heading down the wrong path. He had made a new group of friends. He was gambling, using party drugs, and ...Read More
This is a case study on a diversion for prohibited weapon offences. What is alleged to have occured? Our client bought a bottle of pepper spray online and took it to a pub with his friends. As a joke, he sprayed it. The pepper spray went through the air vents ...Read More
This is a case study on a sentence of Community Corrections Order that got cancelled. Our client had breached his County Court Community Corrections Order for the second time because of non-compliance and further offending. The original offending for which he was placed on the order was an unplanned armed ...Read More
This is a case study on a sentence of Community Corrections Order (CCO) for family violence. What is alleged to have occured? Our client was charged following a family violence incident where he had discharged a toy pellet gun in the direction of his partner who was holding their infant ...Read More
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