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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,...

New Victorian laws to punish bail breaches

Date: 16 Apr 2013, Filed under: Bail Applications, Criminal Law Matters

Victorian Attorney-General Robert Clark has announced legislation to crack down on those who commit further crimes while on bail or breach their bail ...

Australia and New Zealand extend criminal history information sharing trial

Date: 15 Nov 2012, Filed under: Criminal Law Matters

Federal Justice Minister Jason Clare has announced that the sharing of criminal history information between Queensland and New Zealand will be extended...

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What is a firearms prohibition order?

Date: 23 Nov 2018, Filed under: Weapons, Criminal Law Matters

A firearms prohibition order is a legal order which can be made by the Police Commissioner to restrict a person’s ability to possess and use firearms and...

Cyberbullying Law NSW

Date: 21 Nov 2018, Filed under: Criminal Law Matters, Criminal Law

The New South Wales State Government has announced that current law surrounding cyberbullying will be amended this month to increase protection of people...

Legal Aid Funding NSW

Date: 20 Nov 2018, Filed under: Criminal Law Matters, All court work

You may be eligible to receive legal aid funding for your matter. For successful applicants Legal Aid NSW provide a sum of money toward your legal fees....


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