Are you facing criminal charges?
Michael Kuzilny is a Barrister & Solicitor who is widely acknowledged to be an expert in the defence and representation of all criminal law cases in Victoria. He is one of Melbourne’s leading criminal lawyers who has been dealing with criminal law and police charges since 1986. Michael has a genuine passion to help You through the tough times and give you peace of mind again! If you have been charged with a criminal offence, forgive yourself, take action and move on. You had something to learn from the experience!
Michael Kuzilny has a Bachelor of Laws with Honours, and is a member of the Law Institute’s Criminal law section. He has also completed the Victoria Police Prosecutor’s Course in 1989, and has completed tertiary studies in white collar crime. All this and more gives him a leading edge in Victoria’s Criminal law system.
Michael appears in the childrens’ Courts, all Magistrates’ Courts of Victoria, and the County Court Victoria. His wealth of experience in this area of the law will be used to personally ensure you receive the best advice and the best possible outcome to your case.
OUR SUCCESS RATE IN CRIMINAL LAW CASES IS HUGE in avoiding jail terms, avoiding criminal records being recorded, and achieving outcomes concentrating on rehabilitation.
MK Law can provide 24/7 legal advice
regarding charges of this nature
by calling 1800 130 120 immediately.
Having an experienced and courageous criminal lawyer on your side is the best defence. It is the only way to help you achieve the best possible results when facing criminal charges.
As an experienced Melbourne criminal lawyer, Michael can only take on a limited number of clients at any given time. For those he chooses to represent, he will give you fearless and courageous court representation.
Michael understands that good people can make mistakes and has a genuine passion to help people through tough times. He provides caring and powerful court representation at a very reasonable cost. MK LAW also have a flat fee and discounted fees for pensioners, students and unemployed.
Michael accepts clients in every part of Victoria & interstate for the following offences:
- All Criminal Charges
- Traffic Law Charges
- Domestic Violence
- Stalking charges
- Breach of Intervention orders
- Making threats to kill
- Blackmail / Extortion
- Assaults, Reckless or Serious Injury charges.
- Murder & Manslaughter
- Drug trafficking & Possession
- Cultivate drug of dependence
- Sexual Assault & Indecent assaults
- Underage Porn – internet offences
- Fraud & Theft from employment
- White collar crime and Deception
- Defending Young Offenders
- Shoplifting / and other theft charges
- Firearms Possession and other Gun Charges
- Weapons Possession
- Assault / obstruct police
- Drink Driving Charges
- Driving without an Alcohol Interlock device
- Driving suspended / Disqualified
- License Restorations
- Appeals to the County Court
“Life really is about good relationships. I have been around Victoria’s Court system for many years, and have built up some solid relationships based on trust and integrity. Life is stressful enough without having a court case hanging over your head. So once we meet up and I get my instructions from you, you can sit back and relax. Time to forgive yourself and learn from the experience. There is nothing more you need to do except come to court on the day, and perhaps organize some reference material or other reports. I will leave no stone unturned in fully investigating your case, and getting you the best outcome. I will listen carefully and not judge you. All our conversations will be strictly confidential and private.”
Remember, if any potential prosecution is to be defended successfully, the sooner work begins on your defence the better.
Don’t be tempted to forget about it and hope it will go away, it won’t !!!
These are some of the high profile cases I have represented. Don’t worry, your case will probably not hit the media. These are either high profile cases, or cases with exceptional outcomes. We do everything in our power to avoid cases being published in the media.