Mondaq Australia: Criminal Law
Stacks Law Firm
Criminal lawyer convicted of supplying drugs, pleads guilty and appeals harsh judgement. What happened next?
McCullough Robertson
The decision to ‘stay silent' should be made within the context of a broader and ongoing relationship with regulators.
Kells
Article warns parents and students to be careful at the end of school parties.
Kells
The NSW State Government introduced a new road rule of slow down safely and move over when passing emergency vehicles.
Kells
The approach when dealing with mental illness in criminal offences depends on the level of culpability of the offence.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Almost 40 people have been arrested recently in Sydney, for an alleged day-care fraud ring to defraud the government.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Extinction Rebellion activists shut down four key intersections to protest government inaction on the climate emergency.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
A recent United States case triggered discussion about how a crime allegedly committed in space might be dealt with.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Sexual harassment is a global problem, when Japanese women are groped in trains and ln NSW, sexual touching.is an offence.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
His lawyers accused the NSW Police Force of misfeasance in public office, abuse of process and malicious prosecution.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Interesting article which explains deepfake porn, provides a case study & discusses the laws that aim to protect us from it.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Conduct of police officers was condemned as "awful" by judge & rude words were found to be cheeky & not "offensive conduct".
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Opinion piece on the Right to Farm Bill 2019, which is set to contain the toughest penalties for farm trespass in the country.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
General discussion and opinions about the convicted child killer & child sexual offender who is about to be released.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Discussion about the Fair Treatment campaign that calls for decriminalisation of the use & personal possession of illicit drugs.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Article discusses the recent claims by the UNSW strip search report that police use of strip searches has increased significantly.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
A Sydney police officer was accused of raping one woman and groping another in incidents allegedly occurring in 2018.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The death of the unborn children has renewed the debate around changes so that foetuses are independent legal entities.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
A Sydney couple who mal-nourished their baby, have avoided prison time, despite the girl facing life-long health issues.
Stacks Law Firm
Article discusses the technology employed by NSW police on the roads & how it is constantly being refined & upgraded.
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Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The behaviour of the British government towards Julian Assange is a disgrace: a profanity on the notion of human rights.
McCullough Robertson
The decision to ‘stay silent' should be made within the context of a broader and ongoing relationship with regulators.
Kells
The ACT has passed a bill which will see the possession of cannabis legalised for the first time in Australian history.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Recent developments have driven organisations to reassess culture and the robustness of internal policies and processes.
Clyde & Co
The fast pace of regulatory change in Australia continues in 2019. This report sets out a summary of the key regulatory trends that are confronting ...
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
A recent United States case triggered discussion about how a crime allegedly committed in space might be dealt with.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Organisations should be able to demonstrate a "culture of compliance" in relation to its safety-related legal duties.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Extinction Rebellion activists shut down four key intersections to protest government inaction on the climate emergency.
MDC Legal
Employees can have opinions, but they should consider contractual and/or statutory obligations before posting online.
McCullough Robertson
An employee could exercise a right to the common law privilege against self-incrimination in a workplace investigation.
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