Adelaide Magistrates Court is located on the corner of Angas and King William Streets, Adelaide.
Local knowledge and experience makes all the difference
Our lawyers attend the Adelaide Magistrates Court each week and have an intimate knowledge of the workings of the court and enjoy a good reputation with court staff, prosecutors and most importantly the Magistrates that sit at the Adelaide Magistrates Court.
The Magistrates that preside at Adelaide Magistrates Court are:
- Magistrate Sheppard
- Magistrate McGrath
- Magistrate Hribal
- Magistrate Foley
- Magistrate Harrap
- Magistrate Smart
- Magistrate O’Connor
- Magistrate Anderson
We estimate that out lawyers appear in over 500 criminal cases a year at the Adelaide Magistrates Court in all types of criminal charges from minor charges of drink driving and assault to major criminal charges including robbery, burglary and sexual assault. With over 50 years combined experience in Criminal law our team of lawyers can deal with your charge no matter how small or large.
You can rest assured that our lawyers will know the best way to present your case before each of the Magistrates that sits at the Adelaide Magistrates Court.
How to get to the Court
If you are travelling by train, the Adelaide Railway Station is located on North terrace roughly 15 minutes walk from the courthouse or ten minutes on the tram.
If you are travelling by tram, the tram station is located in Victoria Square.
If you are driving, there is limited on-street parking avaiable for up to 3 hours. Undercover parking stations are located nearby on Gouger Street, between Gouger and Grote Streets and Gouger and Wright Streets.
Police Stations that bring their charges before Adelaide Magistrates Court
Adelaide Police Station