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Does a Bank Owe a Duty Of Care To a Customer Regarding the Risk of a Bank Robbery?

Filed under: Robbery & Theft, Victim Support, Witnesses and Victims, Criminal Law

In this case the worst fear of any bank customer was realised – being caught up in a bank robbery.

Double jeopardy: Can a person be punished twice for the same offence in Australia?

Filed under: Court Appearances, Drink Driving, Drug Offences, Assault & Battery, Robbery & Theft, Murder, Anti-Social Laws, Indecent and Sexual Assault, Sexual Offences, Witnesses and Victims

It’s perhaps somewhat surprising when you think about how much of the law filters through via popular media and is particularly noticeable when it comes...

AVO Apprehended Violence Order Intervention Order

Filed under: Assault & Battery, Apprehended Violence Orders, Victim Support, Witnesses and Victims

Intervention orders are all Court orders which essentially have the same effect – to preclude one person from engaging in certain activities towards another...

Can victims of a criminal offence be compensated?

Filed under: Witnesses and Victims, Criminal Law

In a perfect world, we’d all live in harmony and no person will ever become a victim of a crime – however, crimes do occur and the unfortunate flipside...

Sydney Criminal Lawyers

Filed under: Drug Offences, Human Trafficking, Weapons, Assault & Battery, Robbery & Theft, Arson, Apprehended Violence Orders, Drink Driving, Speeding, Licence Appeals, Drug Driving, Traffic Matters, Victim Support, Witnesses and Victims, Court Appearances, Resisting Arrest, Anti-Social Laws, Indecent and Sexual Assault, Murder, Sexual Offences, Bail Applications, Criminal Law Matters, Fraud, Forgery, Terrorist Activities, Criminal Law, Drink Driving, Drug Driving, Speeding, Traffic Matters

Sydney Criminal Lawyers is one of the leading criminal law firms and practise criminal and driving cases exclusively. Specialising in criminal law means...

What is bail?

Filed under: Drug Offences, Human Trafficking, Weapons, Assault & Battery, Robbery & Theft, Arson, Apprehended Violence Orders, Drink Driving, Speeding, Licence Appeals, Drug Driving, Traffic Matters, Witnesses and Victims, Court Appearances, Anti-Social Laws, Indecent and Sexual Assault, Murder, Sexual Offences, Bail Applications, Criminal Law Matters

What is bail? Bail is often misunderstood and this article will explain the considerations the courts will make when granting bail, and what happens to...

Reckless Conduct Endangering Serious Injury

Filed under: Drink Driving, Licence Appeals, Drug Driving, Traffic Matters, Witnesses and Victims, Resisting Arrest, Anti-Social Laws, Criminal Law Matters

The Maximum Penalty for Reckless Conduct Endangering Serious Injury in Melbourne – How Serious is this Offence? There is a maximum penalty of 5-year imprisonment...

Procuring Sexual Penetration of a Child

Filed under: Witnesses and Victims, Indecent and Sexual Assault, Sexual Offences, Criminal Law Matters

The Maximum Penalty for Procuring Sexual Penetration of a Child in Melbourne – How Serious is this Charge? There is a maximum penalty of a 10-year prison...

Furnishing False or Misleading Information (Sex Offender Registry)

Filed under: Witnesses and Victims, Anti-Social Laws, Indecent and Sexual Assault, Sexual Offences, Criminal Law Matters

The Maximum Penalty for Furnishing False or Misleading Information (Sex Offender Registry) in Melbourne – How serious is this charge?

Misconduct by co-employee not compensable

Filed under: Apprehended Violence Orders, Witnesses and Victims, Employment Law - Worker Perspective, Employment Law - Employer Perspective

The Plaintiff, who worked as an Electrical Mechanic at Couran Cove Resort was attacked by a co-employee, Peter Markan.

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