Often one of the most important considerations when attending court is whether if you are found guilty or plead guilty a conviction will be recorded.
In most cases if a conviction is not recorded then you do not have to disclose that conviction to any person (there are exceptions such as applying for a blue card).
A recorded conviction may;
In most cases the court has discretion whether to record a conviction or not. When considering whether to impose a conviction the court will look at
(i) economic or social wellbeing; or
(ii) chances of finding employment.
We have extensive knowledge on what information to put to the court to try and ensure no conviction is recorded.