Despite ‘Slim Chance’, Parole Still Granted For Our Client Who Had Pleaded Guilty To Firearm Offences

Despite ‘Slim Chance’, Parole Still Granted For Our Client Who Had Pleaded Guilty To Firearm Offences

It was a slim chance at parole with all the odds stacked against him. He was in a desperate state to gain his freedom back.

Our client has a history of drug abuse, depression, and was charged with possession of prohibited firearms and ammunition. The firearms didn’t have any serial numbers.

He was charged under section 74 (3) of the Firearms Act 1996 and at the Sydney District Court, our client had been sentenced to a non-parole period of two years.

Our client was due for his parole hearing as he had served his two years. However with his past criminal history, the serious nature of his offence and his behaviour whilst custody, there was a slim chance of parole being granted.

In a confused and helpless state, our client was running out of ideas and decided to come to the best firm that could help him; Oxford Lawyers. Mr Zemarai Khatiz, Criminal Law Specialist believed in our client; that he was rehabilitated and should be given a second chance. With all the odds stacked against him, Mr Khatiz made passionate and powerful submissions to the Board resulting in parole being granted.

This outcome achieved justice for our client as he received a second chance and he could rejoin community as a rehabilitated man.

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

Call us on 0478 821 383.

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