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Channel 7 News – Complex Murder Charge Case Reduced to Manslaughter

21.11.18

On 16 November 2018, our Director and Principal Mr. Adam Ly appeared at the Supreme Court of NSW in Sydney, representing our client was had pleaded guilty to Manslaughter. Our client was originally charge with…

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The Serious Overseas Criminal Matters Scheme (SOCMS)- Funding for Accused Charged Overseas

23.07.18

What Is the Serious Overseas Criminal Matters Scheme (SOCMS)? Cassie Sainsbury was facing a 30-year sentence in Columbia for attempting to smuggle cocaine out of the country. Thanks to legal assistance, she was able to…

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The Effects of a Criminal Conviction

29.06.18

The Effects of a Criminal Conviction Ideally, offenders are rehabilitated after being convicted of a crime. A desire to “go straight” and to avoid another encounter with the police motivates many offenders to pursue a…

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How to make a citizen’s arrest

20.06.18

How to make a citizen’s arrest You are witness to a carjacking or you see someone snatch a women’s purse and run away. What do you? Do you call the police, do you turn a…

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The NSW Drug Court: How Does It Work?

20.06.18

The NSW Drug Court: How Does It Work? Many offenders who enter the criminal justice system have a drug problem. Even if they are not arrested for a drug crime, their drug addiction is the…

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How Much Money Do Lawyers Make?

12.06.18

How Much Money Do Lawyers Make? Every Australian wants to do well in life, but “doing well” isn’t necessarily the same as having a high income. Lawyers perform a public service by helping people navigate…

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Ten of Australia’s Most Notorious Criminal Cases

28.05.18

Ten of Australia’s Most Notorious Criminal Cases A psychiatrist out for revenge, a young mother bludgeoned to death with a fire hydrant and human remains found in a suitcase, these are some of Australia’s most…

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Is Video Recording Someone in Public Illegal?

16.05.18

Is Video Recording Someone in Public Illegal? As photographer Ken Duncan took pictures at Sydney’s Barangaroo Reserve, he was accosted by rangers for engaging in commercial photography without paying a fee or obtaining a permit….

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Pill Testing at Music Festivals: How does it work?

11.05.18

Pill Testing at Music Festivals: How does it work? A 15-year-old girl from Sydney collapsed and stopped breathing at the Maitland leg of the Groovin the Moo festival in April. Fortunately, she was revived by…

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Cocaine: Australia’s new drug of choice?

04.05.18

Cocaine: Australia’s new drug of choice? In the 1990s there was a heroin crisis. More recently newspaper headlines were besieged with the horrors of people addicted to crystal meth. Are these still two of the…

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