Our Office is right in the Sydney CBD:
Level 9, 299 Elizabeth Street
Sydney NSW 2000
Phone: (02) 9264 8884
Fax: (02) 9264 9797
Our team of Sydney criminal lawyers are results-focused and dedicated to delivering the highest quality legal service. Our exceptional track record is evidenced by our criminal lawyer awards, recognising Nyman Gibson Miralis as one of the best criminal law firms in Sydney and throughout Australia. Our team also includes an accredited criminal law specialist.
Nyman Gibson Miralis is a leading criminal defence law firm in Sydney, with over 50 years of experience. We have expertise in all areas of criminal law, and have represented clients in numerous high profile trials.
Our criminal lawyers provide legal representation for any kind of criminal charge including drink driving and traffic offences, drug possession and supply, assault, sexual assault, domestic violence orders and all other types of general and serious crime including murder, money laundering, bribery, cybercrime, extradition, white collar crime and transnational crime.
The type of work that we do includes legal representation for pleas of guilty, defended hearings, bail applications, sentencing, severity appeals, conviction appeals, all grounds appeals, high court appeals, jury trials, public hearings, public inquiries and much more.
Our criminal defence lawyers in the Sydney and Parramatta CBD will carefully review the strengths and weaknesses of your case and provide you with a strategic expert assessment of the risks and benefits involved in taking your case to trial. We have the expertise to protect your rights, and we fight hard to achieve the best possible outcome each and every time.
We attend all courts throughout NSW, and we are highly recommended by our satisfied clients, as highlighted in a recent testimonial:
I thank you from the bottom of my heart for your gentle care and kindness, your genuine desire for a positive outcome and your obvious skill in making this a reality. I thank God I had the fortitude and good luck to choose you to represent me. I feel strongly that the correct decision was made and I can now look forward to the future with my dignity and my license intact. Again I sincerely thank you for your expert professionalism and your nerves of steel! I’m so grateful to have found you and I know in my heart that if my friends or family were ever unfortunate enough to find themselves in similar circumstances, I will be able to recommend a star.
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If you are facing a criminal charge, give us a call on 1300 668 484 for 24 hour legal advice
First Tier Criminal Defence Law Firm, New South Wales – Doyles Guide
Criminal Defence Lawyers of the Year, Asia Pacific – Lawyer International Global Awards
Best Boutique Law Firm – Corporate LiveWire Innovation & Excellence Awards
White Collar Crime Law Firm of the Year, Australia – Global Law Experts
White Collar Crime Law Firm of the Year, Australia – InterContinental Finance & Law Awards
White Collar Crime Law Firm of the Year, Australia – LegalComprehensive Law Awards
Criminal lawyers are specialists in defending people charged with a criminal offence. They are also known as criminal defence lawyers, and defence lawyers.
Criminal lawyers deal with the issues surrounding arrest, bail, a criminal investigation, criminal charges, sentencing, appeals and other post-trial issues.
Criminal law differs from civil law in that a higher burden of proof is required, such as beyond a reasonable doubt, rather than balance of probabilities. This means that the prosecution’s case must be very good in order for a conviction to be secured in a criminal court.
A criminal lawyer is someone who has completed an approved course of study of law, usually lasting a minimum of four years, and has then been licenced by the state in which they work to practice law. Often this licencing is carried out by a non-statutory body such as a bar or law society.
Criminal lawyers are also known as solicitors. Barristers are lawyers who can advocate on behalf of a client in a court room. In modern times the distinction between a barrister and a solicitor is not so defined, with most jurisdictions allowing solicitors to also advocate on behalf of a client.