Articles matching Criminal Law


Sexual Assault in Penrith

Filed under: Sexual Offences, Criminal Law

If you are charged with a sexual assault offence in Penrith or you live in the area, your case will be heard in the Penrith Local Court. In 2017 there...

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...

What is Control of Body Armour?

Filed under: Criminal Law

This is a criminal offence charged against someone who is found to be possessing, using, manufacturing, selling, or buying body armour. It may also be...

Cultivation of Narcotic Plants (Non-Commercial Quantity)

Filed under: Drug Offences, Criminal Law

Cultivation charges are generally laid in situations when people have been cultivating cannabis (marijuana). They can range from growing a couple of plants...

Bail Surety in NSW

Filed under: Bail Applications, Criminal Law

A 'bail surety' or 'bail guarantor' is a person other than the defendant who guarantees to the Court that the defendant will comply with any bail conditions...

Criminal Lawyers Geelong

Filed under: Criminal Law

The police made more than 17,000 charges in the greater Geelong area in the last year. Were you one of the people facing any of these charges?

Skilful Advocacy

Filed under: Criminal Law

There is nothing more important to you than your future and the future of your loved ones. If you have been charged with a crime then the security of your...

Collecting or Making Documents Likely to Facilitate Terrorist Acts

Filed under: Terrorist Activities, Criminal Law

Collecting or Making Documents Likely to Facilitate Terrorist Acts is a criminal charge filed against a person who gathers or creates documents used for...

What is Breach of an Intervention Order?

Filed under: Criminal Law

Breach of an Intervention Order is laid when the police think that someone has not followed the terms of an active intervention order.

The Offence of Failure to Answer Bail

Filed under: Bail Applications, Criminal Law

Failure to Answer Bail is when someone has been released from custody and is required to attend Court but failed to do so. By legal definition, it is the...

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