About Manly Local Court
Manly is a suburb of Sydney’s Northern Beaches, 17km north east of Sydney’s central business district (CBD).
The current courthouse building at 2 Belgrave Street was opened in 1924. The courthouse neighbouring police station (1925) and Town Hall and Council Chambers (1937) form a significant grouping of civic buildings in the Manly commercial centre. This courthouse is easily accessed by public transport and is a short walk from the Manly ferry wharf.
William of North Shore Criminal Law regularly appears at Manly Local Court, representing clients on, for example, domestic violence, traffic matters, drug charges, fraud and larceny offences.
If you have been charged with an offence and received a court attendance notice for Manly Local Court it is important that you get expert legal advice well before your court date.
If you have an upcoming criminal law matter at Manly Local Court, call William Vahl on (02) 9955 2298 or 0400 4464 24 for help. William Vahl is an Accredited Specialist in Criminal Law and has over 20 years experience representing people in Manly Local Court.