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Do I Know My Choices at Law?

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  • 02 March 2022
What happens if you’re caught committing a criminal offence? Most people understand that the police will arrest you, take you to court, and let the Magistrate, Judge or Jury decide on your ca
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Indigenous People can NEVER BE Constitutional Aliens

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  • 24 August 2021
  Love & Thoms v Commonwealth [2020] HCA 3 Mr Thoms was born in New Zealand and as such was a New Zealand citizen. But he had resided permanently in Australia since 1994 and is a d
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Australian Prisons, too hard or too soft?

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  • 08 March 2021
  There are strong opinions regarding just how much creature comforts a person sentenced to a term of imprisonment should receive in goal and paid for solely by the State.   T
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Mutant gene or Murder? The Kathleen Folbigg coincidence case

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  • 04 March 2021
Coincidence Evidence and the deaths of 4 babies As with our previous blog on the use of tendency evidence in a criminal or civil trial. There also exist coincidence evidence in law. Closely
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Cruelty, Animals and the Law

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  • 27 February 2021
For pet owners, the companionship provided by a dog or cat is generally overall a rewarding experience, considerably improving the quality of life of the owner. However, unfortunately instances of
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Filming private parts without prior consent

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  • 01 February 2021
Filming on our mobile phones has become a common everyday practice and past time for many. But depending on what you film and what you capture can mean the difference between a happy snap or a crim

Police Interviews-what is OK and what is NOT

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  • 20 October 2020
Police may one day ask you or someone you know to come to a police interview. Or ask you after an arrest whether you wish to partake in an electronic recorded police interview called an ERISP (Elec

Part 2 – Indigenous Australians & CJS – a snapshot of over-representation

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  • 28 September 2020
Following on with part 1 of our post into the over-representation of Indigenous Australians in the Criminal Justice System (CJS) this post briefly delves into the Royal Commission into Aboriginal D

COVID-19 and the impact on Domestic Violence

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  • 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

Criminal Appeals in NSW

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  • 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
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