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Before you leaving the court, it is important to make sure your matters have been finalised. Your lawyer or registry staff can confirm this if you are unsure.

It is important to speak to your lawyer after court especially if there is anything you don't understand. Registry staff can also help with any questions about what happened in court, and inform you of your rights, such as your right to appeal a decision. (Registry staff cannot give you legal advice.)

Depending on the outcome of your court hearing, you may have ongoing contact with the Office of Corrections, the Client Services team or the Neighbourhood Justice Officer.

If you are unclear about this tell the registry staff and they can assist you.

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Reviewed: 19/12/2014 © 2016 State Government of Victoria