Recklessly causing injury

By Doogue + George Criminal Defence Lawyers

Recklessly Causing injury can be heard in the Magistrates Court. The charge is defined under Section 18 of the Crimes Act 1958

The maximum penalty for recklessly causing injury is 5 years imprisonment


To prove this charge it must be shown that you

 

1.  caused injury to another person

2.  that this action was reckless

3.  and that you had no lawful excuse to do so.


To read further about this charge click on the following link - Causing injury recklessly



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