Criminal lawyers in a tropical paradise
In all areas of criminal law, Tom Eckersley and Peter Haarsma head up a team of experienced and highly respected criminal lawyers
Criminal lawyers in a tropical paradise
In all areas of criminal law, Tom Eckersley and Peter Haarsma head up a team of experienced and highly respected criminal lawyers
Drug offences
Drug offences cover charges such as Possession, Production, and Trafficking of controlled substances. The charges will vary based on the amounts and type of drugs

When you are charged with any of these offences in relation to drugs, it is a profoundly serious legal matter and can have lasting consequences to you and your family.

A controlled substance can include any number of drugs, either illicit or prescription when they are being held or supplied by unauthorised people. Such drugs can include Cannabis, Heroin, Methylamphetamine, MDMA (Ecstasy), LSD, PCP, Valium, Xanax, Oxycodone, Vicodin and Percocet.

E&H Law have a reputation for successfully dealing with drug-related offences and particularly high-level trafficking and importation charges.

Have you been charged with any of the following in relation to a controlled substance, namely possession, cultivation, manufacture, supply, trafficking, importation?

Note: A controlled substance can include any number of drugs, either illicit or prescription when they are being held or supplied by unauthorised people.

The most serious of the drug offences relate to commercial quantities both under the Commonwealth and Queensland jurisdictions have a maximum penalty of life imprisonment.

If you find yourself on the wrong side of our drug laws then you truly need our help

We will help protect your future, thanks to our experience in dealing with cases involving drugs from possession of a small amount of cannabis right through to trafficking or importing large quantities.

How serious are the charges? This depends on a number of factors including the quantity of the substance, where and when the drugs were found, how long the offence is said to have been taking place and the purpose for which the drugs are said to be used.

All of these factors need to be thoroughly tested to achieve the best result for you. A criminal record for a drug offence can affect you and your family’s life well into the future. It may lead to you being refused employment or the ability to travel.

If you have been charged with drug-related offences do not hesitate to contact Tom or Peter. We will represent you and help you protect your rights as you face these serious charges in distressing times.

 

Need legal help?
Call us: During normal business hours (07) 4041 1677
Or send us an email:reception@ehcl.com.au
Call us: During normal business hours
(07) 4041 1677
Or send us an email:
reception@ehcl.com.au
Assault

Assault is a broad category that refers to the use or threatened use of force by one person against another which is not authorised, justified or excused by law. They can be categorised into 5 main areas and police consider all to be.

Drug offences

Drug Offences cover charges such as possession, production, and trafficking of controlled substances. The charges will vary based on the amounts and type of drugs, it is serious and can have lasting consequences.

Driving offences

In Queensland, all drivers need to be aware of the complex rules and requirements when driving any vehicle on any road. These laws and any traffic charges are strictly enforced as are drink driving or driving under the influence of drugs.

Dishonesty offences

Dishonesty Offences and can cover a broad range of circumstances where a person can obtain property, take advantage, gain a benefit, or cause detriment to another person. These types of offences can be quite minor to extremely serious.

Sexual offences

Sexual offences are normally associated with, rape and attempted rape, sexual assault, possessing child exploitation material, unlawful carnal knowledge, sexual offences against children and , indecent acts and are serious.

Domestic violence

Domestic violence is behaviour in a relationship that is physically, sexually, emotionally, psychologically or economically abusive, threatening, coercive or in any other way controls or dominates the second person.

 

 

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