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Kheir Lawyers has extensive experience in all areas of Criminal Law. Our experienced criminal lawyers appear in all jurisdictions of the Criminal Justice System including the Local Court, Children’s Court, District Court, Supreme Court, the Court of Criminal Appeal and the High Court of Australia.

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4 weeks ago

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4 weeks ago

Kheir Lawyers
Kheir Lawyers recently appeared at Campbelltown District Court in proceedings wherein our client was charged with a total of 9 offences relating to breaches of the Firearms Act 1996 including possession of unauthorised pistols, possession of ammunition and defacing a firearm. The charges arose after a raid by the NSW Police on our client's property revealed a cache of illicit weapons and ammunition. Our client was facing a maximum sentence upwards of 20 years imprisonment. Following a 5-day hearing wherein Kheir Lawyers was assisted by Mr Derek Drewett of counsel, the jury returned verdicts of not guilty to all 9 sequences. Extensive and complex legal arguments were raised in Defence of our client including issues relating to our client's knowledge of the weapons on his property, his exclusive possession of and access to the property (the Filipetti rule) and the identification of DNA samples of other individuals on the prohibited items. All charges have now been dismissed and our client's reputation as an upstanding and valuable member of his local community has been upheld. Ultimately, the matter resolved with a great result for our client who was overjoyed with the result. The outcome is one which reflects the diligence, dedication and passion that Kheir Lawyers applies to all of our clients' matters. For all your criminal law enquiries contact Majed Kheir (Jnr) today on (02) 9790 2522 or mk@kheirlawyers.com.au for a free consultation. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

Kheir Lawyers
Kheir Lawyers would like to wish all those celebrating over the coming days a blessed Eid with family, friends and (most importantly!) food! We hope that these special days which are approaching will bring reprieve and solace to all those suffering both locally and globally. In the abundant blessings with which we've all been bestowed, we reserve our thoughts and prayers for the many individuals and communities suffering grave and inexcusable injustices throughout the world, including in Occupied Palestine. It is difficult for us, and the wider community, to truly enjoy the blessings of these days knowing the unimaginable pain and opppression being inflicted upon the Palestinian peoples, and many others, at this very moment. Finally, we wish to advise that our office will be closed on Thursday and Friday (13th and 14th of May) but will be back up and running as per usual from Monday 17 May. ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

Kheir Lawyers
Majed Kheir (Jr) appeared on behalf of Kheir Lawyers this morning alongside Mahmud Hawila of counsel at Bankstown Local Court representing a client charged with numerous serious offences. Kheir Lawyers were instructed to apply for bail for our client who had been in custody for some 3 months. Our client was charged with the following offences: 1. Unlawful entry on inclosed lands 2. Drive whilst suspended 3. Armed with intent to commit serious indictable offence 4. Assault police officer 5. Resist arrest An additional charge of place explosive on/near public place with intent to cause harm was earlier withdrawn following discussions with prosecutors. Our client also had a significant criminal record which included prior offences of failing to appear, breaching bail and executed arrest warrants. In addition, the offences with which he is currently charged were committed while at conditional liberty on a previously imposed Intensive Corrections Order (ICO) with a bond. Despite this, significant submissions were made on behalf of our client including:1. His need to attend psychological and rehabilitation treatment for ongoing drug abuse 2. The expected timeline for finalization of his case 3. The impact of being in custody on his mental health Following these extensive submissions, his Honour Magistrate Walsh LCM granted bail releasing our client from custody to be on conditional liberty until the finalisation of his case. This will not only allow our client to adequately and properly prepare his legal defence but will also grant him the opportunity to attend the necessary treatment required for his rehabilitation. For all your criminal law enquiries including bail issues, contact Majed (Jr) now on (02) 9790 2522 or mk@kheirlawyers.com.au for a free consultation. ... See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

Kheir Lawyers
CASE REPORT Majed (Jr) appeared at Bankstown Local Court today with Mahmud Hawila of counsel in hearing wherein our client was charged with affray pursuant to s93C of the Crimes Act 1900 (NSW). Our client was charged after a woman and staff members at Bass Hill Plaza were being abused by 2 men; our client came to the aid of these innocent victims resulting in a violent brawl where he was attacked by the men. An argument of self-defence was raised at the outset of the hearing in accordance with s418 of the Crimes Act 1900 (NSW). Prosecution witnesses were called and following the conclusion of the prosecution case, Mr Hawila made the submission that the Police had failed to establish a prima facie case and the matter should be dismissed without the need to hear Defence evidence (May v O'Sullivan (1955) 92 CLR 654). The Magistrate agreed with this submission and thus moved to dismissing the charge and finding our client not guilty. Ultimately, the matter was a great result for all involved as the Court determined that our client's actions by intervening to protect innocent and defenceless civilians should not be condemned but rather, an individual's right to defend themselves or those around them should be upheld. For all your criminal law enquiries, contact Majed (Jr) by telephone on (02) 9790 2522 or by email at mk@kheirlawyers.com.au to schedule a free consultation. ... See MoreSee Less
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