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      Albury Local Court & District Court

      If you need to attend Albury Local & District Court contact Astor Legal and see how one of our expert criminal & traffic lawyers can help you.

      Albury is one of the major regional cities of New South Wales, boasting a population of approximately 50,000 people. It straddles the Victorian border.

      It has a twin city called ‘Wodongo’, which is located in Victoria.

      How to Contact Albury Courthouse?

      The contact details for Albury Courthouse are:

      • PHONE: 6023 8555
      • FAX: 6023 8585
      • EMAIL:
      • ADDRESS: 515 Olive Street, ALBURY NSW 2640

      How do I get to Albury Court House?

      If you are travelling from Sydney, you can reach Albury by train.

      However, most people travelling from Sydney or Melbourne prefer to fly to Albury Airport. There are regular flights in and out of the area.

      You can then take a taxi or rental vehicle to the town centre. Our lawyers prefer to fly to Albury.

      Albury Local Court List

      The Albury Local Court List sets out the time, date and location of all court matters up to three weeks in the future, and one week in the past.

      You can click here to search for the Albury Local Court listing details of your case. You can search by your name, case number, location, date, jurisdiction, title of presiding officer and type of listing (eg. mention, sentencing, hearing, trial).

      Who is the Magistrate at Albury Local Court?

      The current presiding Magistrate at Albury Local Court is His Honour Magistrate Tony Murray.

      Magistrate Murray also sits at Finley Local Court.

      Astor Legal have appeared before His Honour at Albury Local Court a number of times. You can read about some of our recent cases at Albury Local & District Court by clicking here.

      Who is the Judge at Albury District Court?

      The current presiding Judge at Albury District Court is His Honour Judge Sean Grant.

      Prior to his appointment to the bench, Judge Grant was a criminal barrister. While in this role, His Honour would work as a Crown prosecutor from time to time.

      Astor Legal have appeared in front of Judge Grant a number of times. As a result, we are very familiar with him.

      What cases are heard at Albury Court House?

      The types of criminal cases heard in Albury Local Court include:

      • Drug possession and drug supply cases
      • Drink driving, driving whilst suspended or disqualified, and other traffic cases
      • Sexual touching (formerly ‘Indecent assault’) and child abuse material cases
      • Common assault and assault occasioning actual bodily harm cases
      • Apprehended violence orders (AVOs)
      • Firearms offences
      • Fraud, larceny and property damage offences
      • Bail applications, sentencing proceedings, section 14 mental health applications and defended hearings

      The types of cases heard in Albury District Court include:

      • Sexual assault cases
      • Major fraud cases
      • Drug cases including supply, manufacture, cultivation and importation
      • Serious assaults such as ‘grievous bodily harm’ cases
      • Break and enter cases
      • Robbery cases
      • Sentencing and trials (both judge-alone as well as jury trials)
      • Appeals against Local Court decisions as to convictions and/or severity of sentence

      Our team of specialist Albury Criminal & Traffic Lawyers regularly appear in both the Local and District Court and are familiar with the Magistrates and judges who preside here. Contact us now to speak to our friendly team.

      If you would like to speak to a criminal lawyer or traffic lawyer who can assist you with a matter at Albury Both Local & District Court, contact us or call on (02) 7804 2823.

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