Sydney's Leading Domestic Violence Lawyers
Criminal Lawyer of the Year
Lawyers and Barristers Awards 2023
Located in the Sydney CBD and Northern Beaches
Over 20 Years Combined Experience | Trusted Results | 3 Locations across NSW
Why McKenzie McLoughlin Law?
Our two criminal lawyers are non-judgmental and realise that for most matters there are often, ‘two sides to a story’. By utilising their experience as former prosecutors and domestic violence practitioners, Josh and James will be able to identify the strengths and weaknesses of any case against you, and give you honest legal advice in respect of your matter.
Our criminal lawyers will tenaciously defend you at such a stressful time in your life. If the matter is a plea of guilty, then Josh and James are capable of delivering effective submissions on your behalf. If charged with any domestic violence offence, contact Josh and James as soon as possible.
What is Domestic Violence?
Domestic violence offences are wide-ranging but are all considered serious in nature due to the offence occurring in a domestic setting or relationship. To put it simply, a domestic violence offence is a ‘personal violence offence’ which takes place in a ‘domestic relationship’. Some of the relevant offences are listed below:
- common assault
- assault occasioning actual bodily harm
- assault occasioning a wound or grievous bodily harm
- stalking or intimidation
- manslaughter or murder
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Meet Your Team
Having appeared in thousands of domestic violence matters, Josh McKenzie and James McLoughlin have an extensive knowledge of the various offences, potential penalties, and a comprehensive understanding of the defences available. They can also tailor and deliver the most suitable submission on your behalf should you be pleading guilty to this offence.
If you are charged with a domestic violence offence and require experienced criminal legal representation, give Josh and James a call so that you can meet them at their Sydney CBD, Manly or Mona Vale Office. Josh and James will appear for you at any court in New South Wales.