Criminal Defence Lawyer Melbourne for Indian and Malaysian Students

I have spent a lot of time helping international students and recent migrants with criminal and driving offences. Many of these clients have come from India or Malaysia, and have encountered problems with the law and need a lawyer who is understanding. I take pride in helping all my clients.
Criminal law is not an area that lends itself to production line representation.
All clients see me and are not referred away to employee solicitors. Although my staff help me prepare law and analyse complex briefs, I still deal with each and every client.
I have been a Criminal Law Accredited Specialist for over 20 years.
I am the holder of a Certificate of Service awarded by the Law Institute in recognition of a significant contribution to the Law Institute of Victoria and the Legal Profession.
I am one of Melbourne’s most experienced criminal lawyers. Over the years, I have represented the Accused in some of Australia’s most sensational cases.
I represent people subject to all types of charges in all of the Courts, and always at a reasonable fee. It would always be wise to see me before engaging another lawyer.
I have appeared as Counsel in countless trials over a long period. When you come to choose a solicitor to represent you, you should ask that lawyer how many times the lawyer has personally addressed a jury. Any solicitor can delegate a trial to a barrister. The reality is that very few solicitors have actually appeared as Counsel in a jury trial. Remember, if I was to brief a barrister, you then have two experienced practitioners to help you in what will probably be the biggest crisis in your life.

Brendan Wilkinson
0438 670 198

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