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This is the most serious criminal allegation, and it requires the trusted expertise of a criminal lawyer. The maximum penalty for murder is life imprisonment. There is no room for error, everything counts. If you have an inquiry regarding a murder or manslaughter case, contact us without delay – 24/7 on 9797 8688.

Murder can be broadly be described as the killing of a person by another who intended to kill or inflict grievous bodily harm (serious injury) to the deceased or acted or omitted to act with reckless indifference to human life. It can be committed in so many ways with so many variances that each case is different.

Murder cases require the highest scrutiny of available evidence – including DNA, fingerprints, voice recognition, identification, alibi, motive, telephone intercept material, listening device product, theories, hypotheses, forensic evidence, medical evidence, alleged confessions, alleged admissions and much more including defences available.

Not every person charged with murder will defend the charge. It might be the case that the accused wants to plead guilty and achieve the best result on sentence, or it might be the case that they want to explore a plea being accepted to a charge such as manslaughter due to the circumstances in which the death occurred.

The majority of persons charged with murder are in custody. The bail laws are very strict, as one would expect them to be – however we provide proper advice based on available evidence and client circumstances as to whether prospects exist for a successful bail application.