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Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Those convicted of murder, who refuse or fail to assist to locate the deceased's body, will not be released on parole.
Astor Legal
Dangerous driving occasioning death is a criminal offence in NSW with a maximum penalty of ten years' imprisonment.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
This Norwegian example of criminal justice should provide food for thought for Australian prison authorities.
Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia
What the law says about urinating in public in NSW. Recent overseas example included.
Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia
Deception and dishonest conduct leading to property or a financial advantage obtained for themselves or another person.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Double-demerit points apply to NSW traffic offences on public holiday dates, and also on days before and after them.
Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia
It is against the law to assault a police officer in NSW in the execution of their duty.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Discussion about the intergenerational impact of family violence.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Outline of the main characteristics of criminal and civil law.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Child abuse offences discussed. Includes recent example.
Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia
NSW commuters use an opal card or credit-card to pay their fare via tapping on or purchase a single trip Opal ticket.
Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia
Drink driving laws discussed including penalties. Recent example provided.
Doogue + George Defence Lawyers
The defence of sudden or extraordinary emergency is a defence open to all accused charged with Victorian offences.
Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia
This scenario is not as straight forward as pleading 'guilty' after pleading 'not guilty' to a criminal offence.
Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia
Parole Authority NSW can grant parole if it considers that it will be in the interest of the community safety to do so.
Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia
Domestic violence assaults are taken very seriously by courts in NSW, who may impose imprisonment or a supervised order.
O'Brien Criminal & Civil Solicitors
Fact-check your news story first, especially when publishing a picture of a person responsible for a crime.
O'Brien Criminal & Civil Solicitors
A coronial inquest is when the Coroner considers evidence to determine a range of unknowns, after someone has died.
Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia
Outline the more complex laws of complicity of murder and constructive murder in New South Wales.
Stacks Law Firm
Once a defendant claims self-defence, the onus of proof is reversed, and the prosecution must disprove the claim.
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