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Bell Lawyers Penrith

Facing an allegation of having committed a criminal offence can be a confusing or stressful and even traumatic experience. Without proper legal representation you could be faced with an outcome that could hurt your reputation, career and family. At Bell Lawyers, we offer discreet specialised advice on all criminal matters.

The following are just a few examples of the many areas of crime we advise on:

Types of offences

  • Stealing and related offences: Theft can include offences ranging from stealing to break, enter and steal. Theft and related offences are considered serious criminal offences. If you are charged with any theft related offence, you will need specialist criminal advice.
  • Drink driving: Drink-driving could have serious repercussions to your licence, career and reputation. A criminal expert can help clarify the seriousness of your case - explain and advise on any penalties.
  • Police and traffic offences: For specific information about traffic offences, please click here. This is a broad area of offences and may not always be related to crime. Speeding for instance is quite a common offence, but a lawyer will help argue your case in the event you have been wrongly accused.
  • Assault, drugs and robbery: If you have been charged with a drug offence, assault, or armed robbery, seek legal advice immediately. Serious offences require a criminal specialist to effectively protect your legal rights and provide the best possible representation in court.
  • Domestic violence and child abuse: The court and the community treats offences against women and children as serious matters.

We have Solicitors who specialise in criminal matters. Paul Blunt is a very experienced advocate with extensive experience in dealing with Police, the court system and appearing in court. Give yourself the best change of a fair and just outcome and call Paul on 0414 013 372.

Our Team

  • Paul Blunt

    Paul has always held an interest in law, and in his early 20's when he saw a story on Police Prosecutors, he decided to pursue that interest. Believing the best path to success as a lawyer was to become a Police Prosecutor, Paul joined the NSW Police Service in 1988, where he received training on police and court procedures.

    Having graduated with a Diploma of Law in 2000, Paul joined Bell Lawyers in 2001 and has since become an integral part of the firm. Paul has been a partner since 2005 and is the senior criminal lawyer of Bell Lawyers. Paul is an Accredited Specialist in Criminal Law (Accredited by the Law Society of NSW).

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