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

POLICE POWERS of ARREST (without a warrant)

  • 03 August 2020
Police often perform arrest in the community without a warrant. Arrests occur as part of a police officer’s normal duties. However, the police words of ‘you’re under arrest’

COVID-19 and the impact on Domestic Violence

  • 22 July 2020
Australia and other countries around the world have recently had, and in some states appear to be returning to. various stages of lockdown due to the coronavirus, which according to the John Hopkin

Man arrested in Northern Beaches for allegedly flashing an off-duty police officer

  • 22 July 2020
Around 6:45pm on the 12th of December 2019, an off-duty police probationary constable using a toilet in Sydney’s Central Train Station noticed a man staring at him through the crack in the do

Phone & Internet Use – Cybercrime

  • 21 July 2020
Be careful how you use your phone or social media, it may result in a Criminal Cybercrime offence We have become a society that relies heavily on our phones, emails, instant messages, Facebook,

Recent counter terrorism raids across Sydney’s southwest

  • 22 June 2020
Five search warrants were executed in Sydney’s southwest last Friday morning resulting in the seizure of more than a dozen firearms and five hundred rounds of ammunition. Three young men aged

Increased reliance on the internet means increased capacity for harm, especially in the post COVID-19 era

  • 19 June 2020
As our reliance on the internet grows, from buying food, working from home, organising our finances to research for education, there are those who would use this technology towards criminal ends. E

Can I legally protest?

  • 18 June 2020
Considering recent events, some people are wondering whether they can legally protest in Australia. The below discussion is a brief overview of what rights Australians have and how in NSW the

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

Justice 4 Floyd

  • 05 June 2020
Minnesota authorities have announced the upgraded charge against the police officer who knelt on unarmed Mr George Floyd. Previously the charge was third-degree murder, which was arguably less like
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