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Discussion about section 293 of the NSW Criminal Procedure Act & the false sexual assault allegations.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
NSW police were allegedly manufacturing illicit substances to use to entrap civilians involved in the illegal drug trade.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The criminal law in NSW contains a range of offences which prohibit causing fires without lawful authority.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The offence of dishonestly obtaining financial advantage by deception in the Crimes Act 1900 is also known as fraud.
Cooper Grace Ward
Employers or senior officers may face industrial manslaughter charges if negligent conduct causes the death of a worker.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
NSW full licence drivers may elect to obtain a good behaviour licence rather than serve out driver licence suspensions.
Marque Lawyers
There is a growing divide between police culture's perception of itself and community's perception of its social value.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Immediate driver licence suspensions are appealable under section 267 of the Road Transport Act, if filed within 28 days.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Many of these COVID-19 health regulations could be here to stay, with hefty fines that accompany any breaches of them.
Kells
Author suggests it could be time to amend drug driving laws towards impairment-based testing to promote safer roads in NSW.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Explanation of the meaning of consent in sexual assault cases & discusses recent case on this point.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
An immediate driver licence suspension (an on-the-spot suspension) is available to NSW police in a range of situations.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Speeding fines have been touted as necessary for road safety, but many believe cameras are little more than speed traps.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The former High Court justice has vehemently denied allegations of sexual harassment, despite the inquiry's findings.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The NSW government has introduced a new policy to enable financially strapped residents to have their fines halved.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Driving with a high-range concentration of alcohol is an offence under section 110 of the Road Transport Act 2013 (NSW).
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Dangerous driving is an offence under section 52A of the Crimes Act, and this 2002 case may be relevant for sentencing.
KordaMentha
Forensic expert Brendan Read discusses cyber hygiene with Commercial Property Guide.
KordaMentha
Recent cyber attacks have made it clear that no entity is immune, no matter how big or small.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Transcript of interview about the recent successful Black Lives Matter appeal.
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