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Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Ab authoritarian approach to the pandemic has been across the globe: entire populations have been ordered to lockdown.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The Greens MP asserts that the NSW police force has grown in powers and resources at a real cost to civil liberties.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The new criminal law regimes enhance NSW police powers to pre-emptively deal with perceived future social border threats.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Sydney Criminal Lawyers spoke to Paul Silva about police presence in the Domain, and community support for the campaign.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The civil campaign against the dramatic increase in strip search use by NSW police started gaining traction in mid-2018.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Large numbers of police officers, dressed in uniforms and yellow raincoats, were awaiting the Black Lives Matter rally.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Failure to comply with a Public Health Direction, without reasonable excuse, can result in imprisonment and/or a fine.
Helpful explanation of the demerit point system in NSW.
OBLIN Attorneys at Law LLP
In light of the volatility of financial markets accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic, and rising concerns over the heightened risk of buyouts of key national assets and industries, the issue of foreign direct investment screening ...
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
A mass movement of Chileans calling for system change continues, despite brutal tactics from the military and police.
King & Capital Law Firm
During the last few weeks we have seen images in the media of public monuments linked to our historical past being defaced, damaged or destroyed including a statue of Winston Churchill.
Chennai Law Associates
1. It is claimed that the Jain Religion dates back more than 1,000 years before Christ (24th Tirthankara Mahavira (599 BCE–527 BCE), also known as Vardhaman)
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The crackdown on the non-violent protesters has only served to strengthen their determination and broaden their numbers.
Drew Eckl & Farnham, LLP
On March 16, 2020, the Georgia Court of Appeals entered a ruling in the case of Star Residential, LLC vs. Hernandez for plaintiffs who bring claims under the Georgia Street Gang Terrorism and Prevention Act.
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