Do we still have a right to silence?

  • 17 September 2020
Most people imagine after watching American TV Crime shows that they have a universal right to remain silent and this right to remain silence will not be used against them. In America they cal

The injustice of expensive justice

  • 01 July 2020
Legal Aid It is unfortunately a harsh reality that not everyone can afford a lawyer. The limitations of our system of justice become apparent when bodies such as Legal Aid, which are government

Criminal Appeals in NSW

  • 30 June 2020
A fundamental component of a fair trial is the capacity to appeal the outcome. One reason why this is fundamental to justice is because even learned magistrates and judges can make errors. These ca

The Dying Presumption of Innocence – Part 3

  • 16 June 2020
In previous blogs we have discussed the presumption of innocence as it has been affected by the media and effectively wiped out with regards to bail. Today we shall look at the capacity for you to

Why you need to know a good criminal lawyer

  • 04 June 2020
Before explaining why someone experienced on your side can be invaluable when you are charged with any criminal offence, I’d like to ask you something. When watching the news, and you see a h

Fines vs Court Attendance & Arrest

  • 29 May 2020
On 15 September 2018, a 23 year old man and 21 year old woman died after collapsing at Defqon.1 in Penrith, with another seven people admitted to ICU for drug-related harms. On 18 September 201

The Crime of Genocide and Australia’s First Peoples

  • 21 May 2020
There are four crimes within the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court. These crimes include crimes against humanity, war crimes, the crime of aggression and genocide. Article 6 of the R

Coronavirus and the NSW Local and District Courts

  • 07 April 2020
A pandemic that has crippled the world killing over 74,000 people worldwide according to John Hopkins University of Medicine Coronavirus Research Centre. The total number of confirmed cases (of tho

Defences available at Law

  • 18 February 2020
Not every act that would constitute a crime may result in a criminal conviction. There are certain defences that exist at law that can reduce or remove criminal culpability. At Rep-Revive Criminal

The dying presumption of innocence

  • 31 January 2020
You have been found guilty (on facebook). Wanting justice for victims is understandable. But it seems we live in an age where we almost immediately believe anyone who claims to be a victim. Rep
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