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SUTHERLAND LOCAL COURT

Need expert representation at your next court appearance?

Have you been charged with a criminal offence? If you’ve been served with a Court Attendance Notice, seek legal advice as soon as possible. The sooner you act, the sooner your matter can be done with. Don’t let this weigh on your mind any longer than it needs to. You can find information about the Sutherland local court on this page.

You are required to attend Court every day your matter is listed — unless you have a legal representative and they ask for you to be excused on the next occasion. If the court excuses you, you won’t have to attend the next mention. However, you still have to attend your hearing or sentencing.

Are you going to Sutherland Court House?

Sutherland Court Contact Details

How to get to Sutherland Local court: 

  • Train:  It’s a short walk from the closest train station: Sutherland train station. Exit Flora Street, and follow up to Sutherland Court house.
  • Bus: Bus Stop ID 223296 (Flora Street before Merton Street)
  • Is there parking available? Doesn’t appear to have any parking near there
  • What are the nearest landmarks? Next to Sutherland Police Station

Why Call Jameson Law?

We are experienced criminal defence lawyers who will guide you through the justice system with confidence and ease. We have appeared in Local and District courts across New South Wales. We can help you achieve a better outcome for your court matter.

Our criminal law knowledge and experience is your best defence. From criminal cases, traffic offences, drink driving to bail applications, our lawyers are ready to fight for you. Contact Jameson Law for advice on your legal situation now

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Frequently Asked Questions.

If you’re a party to a case in the NSW Local, District or Supreme Court, you can use the NSW Online Registry website to:

  1. Search for cases.

  2. View case information.

  3. Download case documents (such as judgements and court orders)

  4. View court dates.

The most recently published judgments and decisions are listed on the NSW Caselaw homepage. To find judgments or decisions of a particular court or tribunal, use the Caselaw advanced search and browse pages.

It is open to the public, but attendance is required in person. Please adhere and check the latest court memorandums regarding attendance.

A criminal defence is a term used when a person defends themselves against a criminal charge. If the person is disputing that they have committed the offence then their legal representative/lawyers will provide evidence that they have not committed the offence. Alternatively, if the person is not disputing that they committed the offence then a criminal defence will need to be provided which explains why they committed the offence and under what circumstances.

The magistrate will consider the evidence provided by both the prosecution and defence along with any evidence provided by the police. Typically, prosecution and police will work together to ensure the person holds a conviction for their crime. A criminal defence will always try to rebut the evidence which is relied on by the prosecutor and seeks to essentially poke holes in their story so that their evidence is not credible.