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  • McMillan Criminal Law

    A leading Brisbane criminal lawyer, Michael McMillan of McMillan Criminal Law ensures you receive th...

Potts Lawyers is Queensland’s largest private criminal law firm, providing expert representation for criminal and traffic matters in Brisbane and throughout Queensland.

Facing criminal charges can seem to be one of the most stressful times of your life. With our criminal law experts in your corner, we will not only alleviate that stress but help you achieve exceptional results.

Our firm provides specialist representation for all criminal matters, from drink driving and other traffic offences, to much more serious charges such as tax evasion, firearm offences, fraud, theft, DVO breach and assault.

The choice of a criminal lawyer is a critical one and choosing the wrong lawyer can have dire consequences. We have a hard won reputation gained over many years for providing ethical and effective representation. We will thoroughly prepare your case and leave no stone unturned to ensure your best chance of an acquittal.

As one of Brisbane's largest criminal law firms, we have in excess of 100 years combined experience as expert criminal law advocates. We achieve the best possible results because we listen, we know how the criminal justice system works and we guide you every step of the way.

When you choose Potts Lawyers you have the financial certainty of knowing that you'll only pay a fixed fee and you'll already know your legal costs before you choose to engage our lawyers.

No matter what is alleged against you, we can help. To arrange an appointment, simply complete the online enquiry on our website or call us on (07) 3221 4999. Your confidentiality is assured.

Location
Level 1/420 George St
Brisbane City, QLD 4000
Australia
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