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Cynthia Bachour-Choucair

Cynthia Bachour-Choucair is a Lawyer and Registered Migration Agent and Principal Solicitor with Jameson Law. She is an expert personal injury lawyer and workers compensation lawyer with a true passion for the law. She is most known for her thorough preparation prior to court attendance and comprehensive client representations for migration, criminal defence and traffic law matters.

Negligent Driving

Common Assault (Domestic Violence related) and Negligent Driving matter dismissed

Criminal Law and Traffic  Law related charges Our Solicitor, Nicholas Hardy-Clements, represented a 33-year-old woman at Parramatta Local Court in relation to four serious offences. These offences included: Common Assault (Domestic Violence Related), pursuant to Section 61 of the Crimes Act 1900. Negligent Driving (no death of grievous bodily harm), pursuant to Section 117(1)(c) the …

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Strangulation & punch with a charge of common assault dismissed

Common Assault (Domestic Violence related) matter dismissed Our Solicitor, Nicholas Hardy-Clements, represented a 68-year-old man at Wyong Local Court in relation to one charge: Common Assault (Domestic Violence Related), pursuant to the Crimes Act 1900, s61. The case involved an argument between our client and his wife. Our client proceeded to begin strangling his wife …

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Common Assault and Assault Occasioning Actual Bodily Harm (Domestic Violence Related) Charges Dismissed

Our client was allegedly involved in verbal disagreement with his wife at their residence. It was alleged by the police that our client had raised his fist at the victim and pushed her to the ground, causing her to connect with a nearby piece of furniture and sustain bruising to her left forearm as a …

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Common Assault (Domestic Violence related) and Negligent Driving matter dismissed

Our Solicitor, Nicholas Hardy-Clements, represented a 33-year-old woman at Parramatta Local Court in relation to four charges. The charges Common Assault (Domestic Violence Related), pursuant to the Crimes Act 1900, s61. Negligent Driving (no death of grievous bodily harm), pursuant to the Road Transport Act 2013, s117(1)(c). Use Carriage Service to Menace/Harass/Offend, pursuant to the …

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Speeding offence caught by speed camera discharged

Motor Vehicle exceed limit caught on Camera Our client was charged with ‘Motor vehicle exceed speed limit – not more than 10km/hr – Camera recorded – Individual. Upon sentence, our solicitor Mr Hardy-Clements’ tendered subjective material and made submissions in relation to the client and the offence in question. He further submitted that the offence …

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Mobile phone use whilst driving

L / P Plate Driver uses Mobile Phone whilst Driving; gets a section 10 and retained licence.

Section 10 for using a mobile phone whilst driving on a provisional and learner licence. Our solicitor, Ms Stephanie McClelland represented a young woman at Local Court in relation to using a mobile phone whilst driving on a provisional and learner licence. The offence carries a $345 fine and 5 demerit points – immediate loss …

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What is an Enduring Guardianship?

What is an Enduring Guardianship? In the event that somebody anticipates losing the capacity to make their own decisions about their health or lifestyle (such as medical decisions, financial decisions, general medical care or other important decisions such as estate planning), they are able to appoint an enduring guardian, usually a carer, family member or …

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