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Community Service Order NSW

Filed under: Criminal Law Matters

A community service order is a more lenient sentence and it will be required to prove to the court that the convicted person is a suitable candidate for...

When is a Person Guilty of Contravene Family Counselling Order?

Filed under: Court Appearances, Criminal Law Matters, Domestic/Family Violence within family law

It is an offence under section 130 of the Family Violence Protection Act 2008 (Vic) to fail to attend counselling when ordered to by a court. A court may...

Corrupting Benefits Given To, or Received By, a Commonwealth Public Official

Filed under: Criminal Law Matters, Criminal Law

This charge is made against a person who may have either given a benefit or offered to give a benefit to a Commonwealth Public Official; or a person who...

The Law for Breach of Community Correction Order  

Filed under: Court Appearances, Criminal Law Matters

Breach of Community Correction Order is a charge made by the police whenever a person fails to follow the terms of a Community Correction Order that the...

Good Behaviour Bond

Filed under: Criminal Law Matters

A good behaviour bond is essentially a promise to the court that you will be 'of good behaviour' and in the event you do anything, which is in breach of...

Sexual Assault Blacktown

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

In the year March 2017- March 2018 there were 280 incidents of sexual assault in Blacktown. This was an increase from the previous year, which saw 255...

Blackmail and Extortion

Filed under: Criminal Law Matters, Criminal Law

Blackmail and Extortion - the act of blackmail refers to demanding something from somebody, in return for not revealing information about that person which...

The Law for Sexual Penetration of a Child Under 16 in Victoria

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

Sexual Penetration of a Child Under 16 years of age is commonly referred to as under-age sex. The prosecution must prove beyond reasonable doubt that an...

Criminal Threats to Kill or Inflict Serious Injury Main Reason for Breach of CCOs

Filed under: Criminal Law Matters, Criminal Law

A new report by the Victorian Sentencing Advisory Council indicates that “threats to kill” and “threats to inflict serious injury” are the most common...

Robbery with a firearm – Lawyers Sydney

Filed under: Weapons, Robbery & Theft, Criminal Law Matters

Robbery with a firearm is considered a serious offence if you have been charged or facing charges for robbery with a firearm seek expert legal assistance....

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