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About Us

Howden Saggers Lawyers has provided expert legal advice and representation since 2002. In 2013, we were voted by our peers to be the No 1 Criminal Law Firm in Australia.

At Howden Saggers Lawyers we have assembled a team of dedicated and experienced criminal and traffic lawyers. We provide a premium service in all areas of criminal and traffic law.

All of our lawyers at Howden Saggers appear in court on a daily basis. We conduct matters in the Magistrates Court, such as traffic, work licences, summary trials and sentence hearings. We also have a wealth of experience in more sophisticated matters in the District and Supreme Courts.

In 2012, we were involved in Queensland’s longest running murder trial and more recently, we have acted for a number of company directors being investigated by ASIC. We also recently conducted a successful appeal in the High Court of Australia, which led to a change of sentencing practice in Queensland.

Howden Saggers Partner, Peter Saggers, is currently the Vice President of the Law and Justice Institute of QLD. In this role, Peter is involved in advocating changes in criminal law legislation. Peter is also an accredited criminal law specialist.

Commitment to Education

Howden Saggers are strong supporters of legal education, and we proudly sponsor the Howden Saggers Award for Criminal Procedure, as part of the prestigious University of Queensland awards.


Howden Saggers has offices conveniently located in Brisbane City, Southport on the Gold Coast and with our sister firm at Inala. Click here to get in touch.

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