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      Can Police Ask for ID in NSW

      To the average layperson, a common question they may ask is, can police ask for ID in NSW? While police have a significant number of powers to compel citizens to provide information, this is not unlimited. For the most part, these powers are contained in legislation which make them easily accessible. The following information will […]

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      Best Law Schools in Australia

      Any person who intends to become a lawyer will likely ask, what are the best law schools and universities in Australia? There are a number of results that are published each year, but there has never been a definitive list that aggregates all findings – until now. Below is an analysis of the most reputable […]

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      What is the Difference Between Civil and Criminal Law?

      Broadly speaking, there are two types of law in Australia with various differences, being criminal law and civil law. There are also similarities between the two types of law. When choosing a lawyer to represent you, it is crucial to determine whether they specialise in a particular area. Civil Law vs Criminal Law The main […]

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      Is It Legal to Record a Phone Call in Australia?

      In Australia, it is against the law to record a private conversation without the consent of the other person. The Telecommunications Interception and Access Act 1979 makes it an offence to listen to a live phone call or call recording without the permission of one or both of the parties involved. It does not matter how you record the […]

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      Can a Lawyer Defend Someone Who is Guilty?

      One of the most common questions asked of the legal profession is, how can a criminal lawyer defend someone who is guilty? There appears to be view that a criminal defence lawyer uses technical arguments or legal loopholes to free persons who are ostensibly guilty of offences. Further, a prevailing view in the community is […]

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      Police Banned from Accessing QR Code Data

      New South Wales has banned Police from accessing QR Code Data after a spate of cases where it data was used to investigate crimes. The bill was championed by a number of politicians and successfully passed both houses of NSW parliament. Concerns were raised in a number of states which has led to legislation passing […]

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      Is Bigamy or Polygamy Legal in Australia?

      Polygamy in Australia is illegal. Polygamy refers to a person having more than one marriage at the same time. It comes from ancient Greece where the word meant “married to many” or “often married”. Legislation has been enacted that makes it a criminal offence to marry more than one person. This offence is known as […]

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      What Does a Criminal Lawyer Do?

      One of the most frequently asked questions we receive is, what does a criminal lawyer do? Contrary to popular belief, criminal defence lawyers represent persons from many different socio-economic backgrounds. Their clients can include tradespeople, CEOs, taxi drivers, celebrities, corporations, directors, bankers and working parents. The criminal justice system is based on the concept that […]

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      Over the Counter Medicinal Cannabis Oil Legalised

      In positive news for those advocating the legalisation of cannabis, low-dose cannabis oil can now be purchased from pharmacies without a prescription. At present, there are no products approved for sale, but this is expected to change in the near future. Significantly, it is only low-dose oil that will be available and the products cannot […]

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      MP Calls for ‘Grants Rorts’ Inquiry into NSW Premier’s office

      A member of parliament has renewed calls for an inquiry into NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian’s office after a report found evidence of documents being shredded relating to a $250 million grants scheme. The State Archives and Records Authority report determined that the Premier’s office broke the law by shredding the documents. However, the Authority has […]

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