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Wound or Cause Grievous Bodily Harm with Intent

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In the realm of criminal law, particularly under the CRIMES ACT 1900 - SECT 33, the charge of 'Wound or Cause Grievous Bodily Harm with Intent' stands as one of the more serious offences. This legal statute intricately defines and categorises the act of intentionally causing severe injury to another individual. At Invictus Legal, we possess a deep understanding of this law and its complexities. Our expert legal team is equipped to provide comprehensive guidance and robust defence strategies to those accused under this statute, ensuring fair representation and a meticulous examination of all case details.

Need a legal expert in Wound or Cause Grievous Bodily Harm with Intent cases? Contact Invictus Legal at 0410 600 230 for reliable and just solutions.

Offences of Wound or Cause Grievous Bodily Harm with Intent


The spectrum of offences under this category is both varied and complex. Here, we outline some key types:

  • Intentional Wounding: Deliberately inflicting wounds that penetrate the skin, often requiring medical intervention.

  • Grievous Bodily Harm: This extends to serious injuries that significantly impact the victim's health or comfort.

Each of these offences carries its own set of legal implications, and at Invictus Legal, we're prepared to navigate these intricacies on behalf of our clients.

Penalties for Wound or Cause Grievous Bodily Harm with Intent


Understanding the potential penalties for these offences is crucial. The gravity of this crime is reflected in its punishments, which include:

  • Lengthy Imprisonment: The offence can lead to a maximum penalty of 25 years in prison.

  • Heavy Fines: Financial penalties can be substantial, reflecting the severity of the offence.

At Invictus Legal, we prioritise reducing these potential penalties, aiming for the most favourable outcome possible.


Possible Defences for Wound or Cause Grievous Bodily Harm with Intent

Several defence strategies can be employed in cases of 'Wound or Cause Grievous Bodily Harm with Intent', such as:

  • Self-defence: Claiming the act was in defence of oneself or another.

  • Duress: The act was committed under coercion or threat.

  • Accidental Harm: The injury was unintentional and occurred without malicious intent.

Our legal team at Invictus Legal meticulously assesses each case to identify the most appropriate defence strategy, taking into account all the circumstances surrounding the incident.

Why Choose Invictus Legal

Selecting the right legal representation is crucial in cases of such serious allegations. Here are the benefits of choosing Invictus Legal:

  • Expert Knowledge: Our deep understanding of the CRIMES ACT 1900 and related legal statutes ensures a thorough and informed defence.

  • Tailored Defence Strategies: We develop customised defence plans aligned with the specifics of each case.

  • Commitment to Clients: At Invictus Legal, we prioritise our clients' needs and work tirelessly to secure the best possible outcomes.

  • Extensive Experience: Our team brings years of experience in handling similar cases, providing a wealth of practical knowledge.

  • Comprehensive Support: From the initial consultation to the final verdict, we offer unwavering support and guidance throughout the legal process.

With these strengths, Invictus Legal stands as a formidable ally in navigating the complexities of charges related to 'Wound or Cause Grievous Bodily Harm with Intent'.


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