This information is general information only. If you are contacted by the police immediately contact our Criminal Law team.
POLICE POWERS TO DEMAND NAME AND ADDRESS
In most situations you do not have to tell the police your name and address. However, you must tell the police your name and address in some situations, including:
In the Local Court of New South Wales, people charged with criminal offences affected by mental illness and other mental conditions may make an application under the Mental Health (Forensic Provisions) Act 1990 (the Act) for the charges to be dismissed due to mental illness.
Section 32 of the Act provides that a...
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A recent Comcare claim Reconsideration and Appeal to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal... determined on 29 April 2016
The Applicant is female, aged 35, was employed by the Respondent, which operated a freight company, between 2006 and 2014. The Applicant is currently unemployed a...
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*** The spelling and structure of this article's title is an ode to the way Prince named his songs ***
If like Prince, you die without having made a Will, who will your Estate go to?
It is surprisingly not uncommon that many celebrities worth millions die without a Will.
Soon after the dea...
Serving on a jury is a new experience for most people. Whilst some people see it as an honour, others wish to avoid duty at all costs. The following is a guide of frequently asked questions relating to jury service.
Selection and Eligibility
Roles and Functions
Nature of a Criminal Trial
Role of Judge...