Craig Sher Criminal Lawyer
It was from his recognition of human frailty and his passionate belief in every person’s right to a just and equitable hearing that motivated Craig to study criminal law.
Craig graduated with a Bachelor of Law degree at Bond University in 2009, having been awarded the “Principal Scholarship”, to complete his LLB.
It is Craig’s belief that human frailty can result in bad choices with dire consequences and that every person, ought to be afforded an opportunity of learning from their mistakes and resuming their lives as valuable and contributing members of the community and society at large.
It is an ethos that is reflected in Craig’s everyday practice of the criminal law as can be seen by any google search revealing Craig’s extensively positive reviews.
Craig routinely appears at the Frankston Magistrates Court in relation to plea hearings, bail applications, intervention order hearings, contest mentions and case conferences. Craig also appears in the Melbourne Magistrates Court in relation to filing hearings, committal mentions and committal hearings and regularly assists Counsel in relation to complex jury trials.
Craig’s empathy, intelligence and life’s experiences, combined with his eloquence and personality, all contribute towards making Craig a highly competent criminal defence lawyer and someone that any client is always relieved to have in their corner.