Legal services client testimonials

We’re proud to have helped a number of clients achieve a great result in their court cases. Our attorneys have defended clients in cases pertaining to criminal law, traffic law, AVOs, bail applications, drink driving, court appeals, crimes committed in self-defence or as a result of mental illness. See what our past clients have to say about the legal services they received at Spencer Lawyers. Contact us today to for our next available appointment.

David was excellent in service and professionalism. He had my best interest in mind. I am very grateful that I chose him to have represented me.
I thought I had no hope beating the charges of assault police and resist arrest. David argued that the arrest was unlawful. The magistrate was persuaded and decided the actions of the police were unlawful and dismissed the charges against me.
Even though there was CCTV, David’s cross-examination of the witnesses created enough doubt to prove I was not the person they believed who did the crime. Forever grateful.
I didn’t want to jeopardise my future for making a silly mistake, so I called David who got me a section 10. I’m so happy! Thanks David.
I thought I was going to jail for my 6th drink driving charge. David got me to do some courses and persuaded the magistrate to give me another chance! Thanks Mr. Spencer.
From the moment I met David I knew I was in capable hands. I got the result I wanted. I will be referring him whenever someone asks for a good lawyer. Nothing was too much trouble and he always replied to my calls and messages.
David kept his word with costs and I knew from the start how much it would be. Thanks for making a difficult experience better for me. I could not be more pleased with the outcome.
David’s approach to my court appearance was second to none. He had the respect of the magistrate. He delivered my case thoroughly, leaving no stone unturned. His cross-examination of the police witnesses was precise and meticulous. I would recommend him to anyone who has to go to court.