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Vic: New laws to support body-worn cameras for police

Date: 08 Aug 2017, Filed under: Criminal Law

Victorian Attorney-General Martin Pakula announced that the State Government will introduce new laws in Parliament to ensure police officers can legally...

No Body, No Parole Laws due for debate

Date: 31 Jul 2017, Filed under: Criminal Law

Queensland Attorney-General and Justice Minister for Justice Yvette D'Ath announced that the State Government's 'No Body, No Parole' legislation will be...

Law Council welcomes safeguards over consistent post-sentence detention scheme

Date: 08 Aug 2016, Filed under: Criminal Law Matters, Criminal Law

The Law Council of Australia has welcomed the emphasis on maintaining safeguards in any nationally consistent post-sentence preventative detention scheme,...

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Terrorism Law Australia – Criminal Lawyers NSW

Date: 27 Sep 2017, Filed under: Terrorism, Criminal Law

Police have increased powers when it comes to combatting terrorism threats. As recently as June 2017, police were given the power to ‘shoot to kill’ terrorists...

Cultivate Cannabis Case Study

Date: 27 Sep 2017, Filed under: Court Appearances, Drug Offences, Criminal Law

Section 72B of the Drugs, Poisons and Controlled Substances Act, cultivate a narcotic plant, namely cannabis. Section 73 of the Drugs, Poisons and Controlled...

An introduction to the laws relating to stealing offences

Date: 25 Sep 2017, Filed under: Anti-Social Laws, Robbery & Theft, Criminal Law

Stealing, larceny or theft, whatever the term, such actions will be considered criminal in all Australian jurisdictions whether it is at the state or federal...


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