Welcome to E&H Law

"Helping you navigate the legal landscape with confidence."

With a reputation for excellence Tom Eckersley and Peter Haarsma are committed to providing quality criminal legal advice and personalised representation to each client to ensure their legal rights are protected throughout the process.

E&H Law are a formidable criminal law firm with over forty years of combined experience and a core belief that providing the best possible legal defence for their clients is paramount.

Engaging E&H Law will ensure you receive confidential and supportive advice throughout your matter and that your concerns will always be addressed, all at a reasonable cost.

We believe your reputation, livelihood and liberty are of the utmost importance, and deserve the best possible representation. E&H Law with their high level of successful outcomes are committed to providing personal attention and expert criminal law advice to clients from all walks of life.



Assault offences
Assault is a broad category that refers to the use or threatened use of force by one person against another which is not authorised, justified or excused by law. They can be categorised into 5 main areas.
Drug offences
Drug offences cover charges such as possession, production, and trafficking of controlled substances. The charges will vary based on the amounts and type of drugs, it is serious and can have lasting consequences.
Driving offences
In Queensland, all drivers need to be aware of the complex rules and requirements when driving any vehicle on any road. These laws and any traffic charges are strictly enforced as are drink driving or driving under the influence of drugs.
Dishonesty offences
Dishonesty offences and can cover a broad range of circumstances where a person can obtain property, take advantage, gain a benefit, or cause detriment to another person. These types of offences can be quite minor to extremely serious.
Sexual offences
Sexual offences are normally associated with, rape and attempted rape, sexual assault, possessing child exploitation material, unlawful carnal knowledge, sexual offences against children and indecent acts and are serious.
Domestic violence
Domestic violence is behaviour in a relationship that is physically, sexually, emotionally, psychologically or economically abusive, threatening, coercive or in any other way controls or dominates the second person.

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