Inquests & Commission of Inquiry

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Inquests & Commission of Inquiry

In circumstances where you have been summonsed to give evidence at an inquest or commission of inquiry, it is crucial that you seek advice about your role in the proceedings early on.

That way, you can make an informed choice about the evidence you will give and how that evidence might effect your legal interests going forward.

Our Criminal Lawyers have experience in acting for clients in Coronial Inquests, Special Commissions of Inquiry and Royal Commissions. The rules relating to one’s compellability and self-incrimination vary depending on the nature of the proceedings which creates a need for tailored advice to fit each individual set of circumstances.

If a Barrister is required to advocate for you before the Coroner or Commission, our Criminal Lawyers are excellently positioned to recommend suitable Counsel and Brief early to ensure a continuity of service throughout your matter.

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