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Stealthing: Is removing a condom whilst having sex considered rape?

06.11.17

Stealthing: Is removing a condom whilst having sex considered rape? Up until May 2017 there was no legal precedent in Australia criminalising the act of taking off a condom during sexual intercourse. However, since then…

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New laws gives hope to disqualified drivers

02.11.17

New law gives hope to disqualified drivers The NSW Parliament has introduced a new law giving disqualified drivers the chance to have their disqualification period reduced, or even lifted. Can you apply? As of the…

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Substantial Impairment by Abnormality of the Mind- A Partial Defence to Murder

26.10.17

Substantial Impairment by Abnormality of the Mind– A Partial Defence to Murder In Regina v Malcolm Robert Potts, a 33 year old NSW man with schizophrenia stabbed his father to death with a knife in…

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Mistaken Identity and Being Charged for a Crime You Didn’t Commit

20.10.17

Mistaken Identity and Being Charged for a Crime You Didn’t Commit There are plenty of legendary stories about mistaken identities, from celebrity mix-ups to the return of long-lost relatives. Take for instance the identity mix-up…

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False Confessions

17.10.17

False Confessions We see it in the movies all the time. A suspect is taken into custody and after many hours of questioning the police announce they have a confession. Are all these confessions accurate…

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WTF? – Can I be charged for swearing?

09.10.17

WTF? – Can I be charged for swearing? Teenagers do it. Workmates do it. Your spouse does it and even our former Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd’s was caught on film doing it. Wtf is wrong…

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Methamphetamine and Murder

02.10.17

Methamphetamine and murder A person bludgeoned with a hammer, a teenager who slashed his victim’s throat with a knife and a mother killing her newborn baby. These are just a few of the gruesome acts…

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Wealthy Eastern Suburb’s cocaine users to be targeted by police for Mobile Drug Testing

11.09.17

Wealthy Eastern Suburb’s cocaine users to be targeted by police for Mobile Drug Testing Since the NSW Government cracked down on drug driving by tripling the amount of mobile drug tests (MDTs) conducted to a…

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Fake domestic violence claims – what are your rights?

08.09.17

Fake domestic violence claims – what are your rights? Daily, in Courts all over Australia, we see domestic violence charges withdrawn or dismissed due to the unreliability of alleged victims. A 40 year old Sydney…

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Profiting off our Prisoners

08.09.17

Profiting Off of Our Prisoners According to a report by Sentencing Project titled International Growth Trends in Prison Privatization, Australia has the highest number of inmates in privately operated prisons than anywhere else in the…

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