Martin accepts briefs to advise and appear in criminal, and quasi-criminal matters (regulatory prosecutions, disciplinary and OH&S matters). He sits on the management board of Liberty Victoria and is the chair of their Criminal Policy Committee.
Martin can be briefed to appear at all stages of criminal matters, including:
- appeals and pleas in the County Court
- contested hearings, bail applications, contest mention, and plea hearings in the Magistrates Court
- in specialist therapeutic jurisdictions such as Family Violence Divisions (to negotiate and appear in contested intervention order hearings), and Drug Court (to appear for clients at screening and adversarial hearings).
Martin is an experienced advocate who, prior to signing the bar roll, regularly appeared on behalf of clients as lawyer and duty lawyer. In private practice he worked across a broad range of areas including family law, personal injury and civil litigation. As a legal policy officer at the Department of Justice and Regulation Martin provided legal and policy advice to the Attorney-General's Office in relation to sentencing law reform.
To get in touch with Martin Radzaj | or for more information please contact the Clerk on: +61 3 9225 7222 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards legislation.