Suing the Police

Nyman Gibson Miralis has the experience and resources to protect your civil rights from the time criminal charges are brought and defended, through to making claims for damages against the Police.


Extradition & Mutual Assistance

Extradition is the process by which one country apprehends and sends a person to another country to face criminal charges or serve a sentence. Extradition is also the delivery of an accused or a convicted individual by one state to another state on whose territory he/she is alleged to have committed or to have been convicted of a crime. There is also a system of streamlined interstate extradition within Australia.

Appeal Lawyers

There are different types of appeals: appealing against severity of the sentence – known as a severity appeal or sentence appeal; appealing against conviction or finding of guilt – known as a conviction appeal; and appealing against both conviction and severity – known as an all grounds appeal.

Bail Applications

If you have been arrested and charged with a crime, you may be granted bail. A certain amount of money – determined by the police initially – may need to be paid by a third party, such as a friend or relative, to ensure that you comply with the conditions of bail.