Client Charged With Assault Occasioning Bodily Harm, No Conviction Recorded

Client Charged With Assault Occasioning Bodily Harm, No Conviction Recorded

A husband finds himself facing up to 7 years imprisonment after an alleged incident with his wife and her secret lover.

Our client is a full time bus driver that works exceptionally hard to ensure that all his family’s needs are fulfilled.

After a verbal argument our client left the family home only to return to see his wife kissing and hugging her secret lover in the kitchen. Our client allegedly punched his wife’s lover, and then went on to slap his wife on her face and hit her with a shovel.

If found guilty under section 59(1) of the Crimes Act 1900 our client would be subject to facing a maximum prison sentence of 7 years.

Our client suffered from depression; this entire situation had put a strain on his mental health. Our client took the initiative of calling Oxford Lawyers.

Ms Sarah Rashidi, Criminal Defence Lawyer, dealt with our clients matter at Penrith Local Court. Due to her hard working in preparing for this case, the magistrate was convinced that our client had significant prospects for the future and therefore gave him a chance and did not record a conviction.

Thanks to Ms Sarah Rashidi and the team at Oxford Lawyers, our client is now able to seek treatment for his depression, and now has a second chance of living a better life.

If you want to reach the best resolution, you’ll want Oxford Lawyers on the job. For immediate assistance, please contact the Oxford Lawyers team.

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