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Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The baton strikes were considered "reasonable", given the teen's "volatile and unpredictable" behaviour.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The Commonwealth Criminal Code Act 1995, which applies across Australia, details various offences of torture.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Ruth Lubrainschik has a "deep empathy for human struggle", and this deep empathy drives her interest in criminal law.
Astor Legal
Crime of dangerous driving occasioning death including recent case example.
Astor Legal
S66A Crimes Act relating to child sexual assault charges discussed in the context of a recent case.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
S316 of the Crimes Act discussed alongside current events relating to this offence.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
If it is proved beyond reasonable doubt that consent did not occur, the defendant may be guilty of sexual assault.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Until recently, there was no specific offence in NSW for driving under the influence of both alcohol and other drugs.
Astor Legal
The jury was discharged when it was unable to reach a unanimous verdict on the charges against the NRL player.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Decriminalising public drunkenness was a recommendation of the Royal Commission into Indigenous Deaths in Custody.
Astor Legal
Discusses commercial drug supply laws & includes details of recent relevant case.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
A police officer, found guilty of assaulting an Indigenous man in custody, has been acquitted of all charges on appeal.
Astor Legal
An Apprehended Violence Order (AVO) could have a devastating effect on yourself, your partner and your family.
Astor Legal
Child abuse material is defined as material that depicts or describes in a way reasonable people consider offensive.
Ramsden Lawyers
If you are served an application for a domestic violence order, you should be aware of your rights and avenues available.
Astor Legal
If you knowingly cause a person to fear for their safety or the safety of another, you can be guilty of intimidation.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Author suggests that those who publicly name a person ought to be held accountable.
Stacks Law Firm
The magistrate stated that it was evident in the video that the officer already formed an intention to search the men.
Astor Legal
Police searched two properties and found illicit drugs and evidence of sexual servitude and organised prostitution.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
A person, convicted of inciting others to perpetrate an offence with a fixed penalty, is liable to the same sanction.
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