In this section
What happens if you’re charged with a criminal offence and have to go to the Magistrates court.
Information on when you have to attend court, what to do before you attend and court proceedings.
How the criminal law duty lawyer can help you if you’ve been charged with an offence and have to go to court.
General information about how to get bail, applying for bail, bail conditions, surety, failing to appeal and changing your bail conditions.
General information about criminal convictions including criminal history checks, and criminal records.
Information about the current offender levy, how it will affect your penalty or sentence, costs, and what to do the levy is incorrectly applied.
Information on extradition conditions, including what happens if you break a law in another state.
Making or hearing appeals against convictions and sentences in the Magistrates, District or Supreme Court.
Find out how the court decides on different types of penalties and sentences.