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.

Trafficking Cannabis and Weapons Possession Charges – CCO

Our client was charged with trafficking cannabis as well as weapons possession charges after a search was executed by the police on the client's home. The client engaged our firm to act on their behalf and Sam Cooper took carriage of the matter. Sam met with the client and, as ...
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Applying for Bail for Armed Robbery

This is a case study on applying for bail for Armed Robbery. Our client has been charged with Armed Robbery and was represented by Tyson Manicolo (one of our lawyers based at our Broadmeadows office) at a bail application hearing. This application was opposed by the Office of Public Prosecutions ...
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Dismissing a Possess Drug of Dependence Charge

This is a case study on dismissing a Possess Drug of Dependence charge Our client’s partner called us in the middle of the night saying that his partner had been arrested on drug charges. Because our firm offers a 24/7 phone line, we were able to answer the phone and ...
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Summary Jurisdiction Application – Trafficking in a Drug of Dependence and Other Charges

This is a case study on a summary jurisdiction application for Trafficking in a Drug of Dependence and other charges. Our client was charged with an array of illegal conduct. The major charge which he faced was Trafficking in a Commercial Quantity of a Drug of Dependence. Although his matter ...
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Affray Resulting in a Fine

This is a case of Affray resulting in a fine. Our client was involved in a large affray after a night out with friends. He was charged with a number of offences including injury offences and possession of weapons. Hester Kelly represented him at the Werribee Magistrates' Court. The charges ...
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Theft, Prohibited Weapon, Obtain Property By Deception – CCO

Our client was charged with recklessly causing injury, being drunk in a public place, and theft. There were additional charges of possessing both a controlled and prohibited weapon, but these were withdrawn following our negotiations with the prosecution. The injury offence occurred in a public park in front of witnesses ...
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For a complete list of all our weapons offence case studies, click here.

If you have been charged with a weapons offence and need advice or representation, call 03 9670 5111 or fill out the form to the right of this page to contact one of our lawyers.