Independent Commission against Corruption (ICAC) Inquiries
The Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) was established to eliminate corruption and restore faith within the public sector. In undertaking this role, the ICAC must adhere to jurisdictional and other legal requirements. Depending on the matters brought before the ICAC, the Commission may request an investigation, refer the matter, or officially commence their own investigation. If you receive a summons to give evidence, it is important that you obtain legal advice. The Commission possesses strong powers to compel witnesses to give evidence, and you should know your rights within this forum. It is also possible for criminal charges to surface – our Criminal Lawyers have experience in ICAC inquiries, and will ensure your rights are protected. Speak to one of expert Criminal Lawyers today.