Geoff Harrison LLM, M.CRIM, MBA
Geoff is a criminal barrister with an enormous amount of experience in criminal law spanning over two decades,
which began after joining the NSW Police in 1994. He has the experience and proven track record you need in a criminal defence barrister,
and he currently resides in Sydney, NSW.
Geoff’s determination to be an accomplished and respected Barrister is demonstrated by over a dozen qualifications that include, Master of Criminology, Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, and a Master of Laws to name just a few.
Whilst employed by the NSW Police, Geoff worked as a police prosecutor from 1997 until 2003 in courts all over Sydney and NSW.
After a successful career as a police prosecutor, Geoff became a senior criminal lawyer for the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions (CDPP). Geoff has appeared in all criminal jurisdictions on a large number of matters ranging in complexity.
Geoff is also on the Legal Aid Complex Crime panel and the NSW Director of Public Prosecutions panel to prosecute State matters.
Very few people understand the law from both sides of the courtroom. After many years as a police officer and a prosecutor, Geoff was called to the bar in 2008. Now as a criminal defence barrister, he defends people charged with seemingly minor offences such as drink driving, to more serious crimes such as robbery, large drug matters and murder. Read More
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Geoff Harrison | Barrister
Call to get free legal advice but it must take place over the phone. To arrange for your free initial telephone consultation, please call 0410 689 843. You can then decide if you want to hire Geoff for more substantial work, such as arguing your case in court.
If you are charged with a criminal offence, you can ask Geoff to represent you; he has the experience you need in a criminal defence barrister. Geoff will vigorously defend you in court and persuasively present your case to the judge or jury.
It is critical to thoroughly prepare your defence strategy, to make sure the judge hears your side of the story. Each criminal case is different so Geoff takes a long look at what the police say you did.