Jun Khew Wong is the founder and director of WN Legal and has developed a reputation for being a transparent, experienced, and fearless advocate for his clients. Khew takes a strategic and honest approach to his client’s cases, to consistently deliver the best outcome. Although he has seen success across various areas of law, Khew particularly thrives in and is known for his excellent work in criminal law, family law and restraining orders matters. Khew is a fully-qualified practising barrister and solicitor and has obtained his Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, Postgraduate Certificate in Chinese Law, LBB (Bachelor of Laws), and Professional Certificate in Arbitration Law and Practice. He was also recently voted as one of the Best 3 Criminal Lawyers in 2019 at the Three Best Rated. Read more about him here >> Jun Khew Q Wong

Grievous Bodily Harm is a legal term used in many jurisdictions to describe a serious criminal offense involving the infliction of significant physical harm or injury upon another person.

What is Grievous Bodily Harm?

If you are in custody on a Grievous Bodily Harm (GBH) charge, you must understand that you face serious accusations with significant sentencing. The following will help you understand the charges and navigate the criminal justice system in Western Australia.

Criminal defence lawyers are a vital part of the legal system in Australia.

Criminal Defence Lawyers: Advocates for Justice

In a system that presumes innocence until proven otherwise, criminal lawyers play a crucial role in the administration of justice. In defending an accused’s matter, they aim to uncover the truth in the face of opposition and, in doing so, protect the rights of innocent citizens. The presence of criminal lawyers ensures the legal system…

Indecent assault is defined as the intentional touching of another person in indecent circumstances

What is Indecent Assault?

Indecent assault is defined in Western Australia as unwanted touching, attempted touching, or threat to touch someone else’s body sexually without consent against an adult victim. Examples include kissing or inappropriately touching someone’s breasts, buttocks, or genitals. The goal is typically sexual arousal or gratification. However, failing to achieve the goal is insufficient to overlook…

What to Do at Trial

Heading to trial can be a nerve-wracking experience for even the calmest and most composed among us. While nervousness can make you uncomfortable, it does not control your words or actions. Through the last decade, we have utilized several non-binding concepts that may be useful to self-represented litigants and lawyers themselves.