Fines vs Court Attendance & Arrest

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  • 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

“Please Officer, I can’t breathe”

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  • 28 May 2020
Excessive force and completely inexcusable conduct by law enforcement We are raised to think that when we are in trouble, call 000. Those heroes will come and save us or do the best they can. H

The Balance between Mental Health and Public Health in Australian Prisons

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  • 27 May 2020
COVID-19 and Mental Health COVID-19 has undoubtedly changed the way of life for many individuals across the word, as people have been told to self-isolate. As a result, mental health and wellbe

Wrongful convictions and an honest but mistaken witness

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  • 13 May 2020
Imagine of being accused of something horrible you didn’t do. Of your friends and family hearing that you have been charged with something terrible. Imagine going to prison knowing you are co

Coronavirus and the NSW Local and District Courts

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  • 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

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  • 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

Drugs, Guns, Assault, Theft and Murder

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  • 14 February 2020
Christopher George Latore Wallace, aka The Notorious B.I.G, aka Biggie Smalls or Biggie was a revered American hip-hop artist. His nickname, Biggie Smalls, relates to his large stature, as Biggie w

The dying presumption of innocence

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  • 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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