E C BRAMBLE

Dip Crim, MA, LLM, OAM

Solicitor and Barrister

Should A Barrister Be Briefed?

In the great majority of cases Ted Bramble prefers to handle the matter personally, from beginning to end. This approach keeps costs to a minimum and ensures that good personal contact and trust is maintained.

However where matters are very complex, and the outcome is critical, Ted Bramble would be pleased to discuss whether a barrister should be briefed, who should be briefed, and at what stage of the proceedings.

As in so many aspects of life the cost has to be weighed against the possible benefit.