James Dowsley & Associates Criminal Law Firm Melbourne Locations
Book an appointment with a criminal lawyer at any of our four Melbourne firms
James Dowsley and Associates have offices conveniently located across Melbourne, close by to some of the region’s most populous Magistrates’ courts.
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JDA’s central CBD office is located in the legal precinct and is walking distance from Melbourne Magistrates’ Court and other relevant tribunals.
Our lawyers act for clients regularly in court, offering transparent and just representation for a range of criminal offences and charges.
Our experienced team is passionate about advocating on your behalf, striving to achieve the best possible outcomes for each and every client.
Our criminal lawyers make regular appearances in the Frankston Magistrates’ Court.
Need representation and legal solutions for a criminal offence? Contact our team for ethical and respectful legal solutions.
We understand that every criminal charge or offence is unique, and it’s our sole goal to represent you fairly, accurately, and professionally.
Looking for a criminal solicitor to represent you in a court of law at the Moorabbin Magistrates’ Court?
JDA’s Moorabbin / Highett office is located just a few steps away.
Our accredited specialists are ready to represent you fairly. Justice Demands Attention, and with JDA, we’re on your side.
Find out more and contact us now for immediate advice.
Located moments from the Dandenong Magistrates’ Court, clients visit James Dowsley & Associates’ Dandenong office for prompt, transparent, and honest legal advice, solutions, and representation.
We have successfully represented clients in Dandenong and surrounds for more than 4 years – so contact us now for immediate support and advice.
We’ll fight harder for your rights.
Legal Aid Melbourne
James Dowsley & Associates is proud to be one of Victoria Legal Aid’s preferred law firms
Legal Aid is a term used to describe accessible and just legal support even in circumstances where the client does not have the funds to support themselves with legal representation.
To qualify for legal aid in Melbourne, you must meet a number of requirements.
On a case-by-case basis, we also assess the following:
- The criminal charge you are facing
- Your financial situation
- The likely benefit to you
Legal Aid services may refer to:
- Offering free legal advice – either in person, over the phone, or online (e.g. video conferencing), and
- A lawyer representing you in court at no charge to you