Criminal Lawyer in Mackay

Why work with Michael?

The wrong choice in criminal lawyer can cost you dearly.

A mistake made at any stage of criminal proceedings can jeopardise your future and your reputation so it’s crucial to obtain legal advice and protect your rights.

Any person accused of committing a criminal offence deserves a strong, articulate, persuasive voice to speak in their defence.

If you are facing criminal charges in the Mackay region, it’s imperative that you are represented by an experienced criminal defence lawyer.

Michael McMillan has decades of experience working with his clients to achieve the best possible outcome in their cases. 

Contact Michael McMillan immediately on 0409 273 430 or send an enquiry online to discuss your criminal matter.

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Areas Of Law

Criminal charges are serious offences and could result in a term of imprisonment without the right legal counsel.


Criminal Matters

Drink Driving (DUI)

Drug Offences

Domestic Violence

Unlawful Wounding

Sexual Assault

Meet Your Criminal Defence Lawyer in Mackay

Facing criminal charges can be both a daunting and overwhelming experience.

As a criminal lawyer with decades of experience, Michael understands that every individual going through this process deserves a strong and compassionate advocate by their side.

My passion for providing legal representation to those who have been accused of a crime stems from my belief that everyone is entitled to a fair trial and to have their voice heard.

Michael has dedicated his life to helping people navigate our complex legal system. He takes great pride in being able to provide his clients with knowledge, expertise and support during this difficult time.

With each case he handles, Michael approaches it with the utmost care and attention, understanding the gravity of the situation for his clients and their loved ones.

Don’t risk your freedom – Talk to Michael McMillan’s legal team about your criminal law matter before it’s too late.

Contact Michael McMillan immediately on 0409 273 430 or send an enquiry online.

How Michael Can Help

Michael can represent you at the Mackay Magistrates CourtMackay District Court and Mackay Supreme Court.

Alternatively, he can advise you at the Mackay Police Station

Mackay Magistrates Court
12 Brisbane Street,
Mackay QLD 4740
Phone: (07) 4889 8400

Mackay District Court
12 Brisbane Street,
Mackay QLD 4740
Phone: (07) 4889 8417

Mackay Supreme Court
12 Brisbane Street,
Mackay QLD 4740
Phone: (07) 4889 8417

Mackay Police Station
57-59 Sydney St,
Mackay QLD 4740
Phone: (07) 4968 3444

Frequently Asked Questions

How much is a consultation?

An initial consultation costs $150.00 for a maximum of 1 hour. Often this is incorporated in the total being charged. 

Is it advisable to speak to the police?

As a general rule, no one is required to answer any questions asked of them by the police. In fact, answering an investigating police officer’s questions will generally never assist you. More often than not, it will land you in more hot water.

Whenever spoken to by police remember your right to silence and immediately contact an experienced criminal lawyer.

The police have told me I don’t need a lawyer. Is that true?

This is one of the strangest questions I am ever asked. I wonder why anyone who has been charged by the police would think any advice then given to them by the police would be in their best interests. If the police are prosecuting you, they are the last people you should be taking advice from.

Everyone who has been charged with an offence should seek the assistance on an experienced criminal lawyer. Without one, you are maximising your chances of a disaster that will last a lifetime.

Can any lawyer handle my criminal matter?

The short answer to this; would you consult a podiatrist to fix a problem with your heart?  Of course not.

Like most things in life, specialists are trained to deal with problems that others are not experienced with. If you consult a non criminal lawyer to deal with your criminal matter, you are putting your life in the hands of someone who might not know what they are doing.

Will I have to speak in court?

Unless it is a matter where I intend to take evidence from you in the witness box, I will ensure that you are not required to speak. Those who aren’t familiar with court procedures might inadvertently say the wrong thing. My years of experience mean that I will express all that needs to be said without asking you to speak in court at all.