E C BRAMBLE

Dip Crim, MA, LLM, OAM

Solicitor and Barrister

Preparation

Whatever the charge may be, and whatever the plea may be, thorough and appropriate preparation is the key to an appropriate outcome.

Failing to prepare is preparing to fail.

In some cases a short conference at the office or court-house will suffice. In complex matters a number of conferences may be necessary, witnesses will need to be interviewed, the scene may be visited and photographs taken. Once Ted obtains a clear picture of the case he can discuss these matters with the client.