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About Us

About Us

Howden Saggers Lawyers was established in 2002 by Mark Howden and Peter Saggers. Over almost twenty years, Mark and Peter built an enviable reputation as one of the longest standing and most experienced criminal practices in Queensland.
Dave and Kristy strive to continue the legacy left by Mark and Peter, following their ascension to the Magistracy in 2017 and 2019 respectively.
Howden Saggers Lawyers has established a dynamic team of passionate, hardworking and dedicated practitioners. Two of our lawyers are Queensland Law Society Accredited Specialists in Criminal Law and all our staff have committed themselves to the practice of criminal law from the very beginning of their professional careers.
Our firm maintains a commitment to ongoing education regarding developments in the law in Queensland to ensure our advice is accurate and up to date. We are dedicated to delivering the highest standard of advocacy for our clients.
At Howden Saggers Lawyers, you can be assured that your future is in safe and capable hands.

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What Does A Criminal Lawyer Do?

For every kind of law, we have lawyers that have sworn to defend and advocate for their clients – the public – in the court of law. Each of these lawyers specialize in a branched but specific part of the law and use their knowledge of it to act in the interest of...

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Differences Between Summary And Indictable Offences

Differences Between Summary And Indictable Offences

In Australia, crimes are distinguished from each other and tried using different processes based on these differences. This method is based on the gravity of the crime, and it helps the judiciary to impose penalties based on the gravity of the criminal offense. In the...

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Unlawful Assault: What You Should Know, What You Should Do

Whenever the word assault is used, especially in Queensland or Brisbane, it doesn't point to a singular action or act. Assault comprehensively includes several incidents where the offender injures someone else. This injury or harm caused can either be mental or...

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