Author : Jimmy Singh

Can Farting at Police Amount to Offensive Conduct in NSW?

  It is reported that a man was fined for letting one rip in the presence of police in Austria. It’s reported that on 5 June the Austrian man ended up receiving a fine of 500 euros for farting loudly in-front of the authorities. The fine is equivalent to $820 AUD. The fine he received ...continue reading

Law on Drug Smuggling Charges in NSW

  While Australia no longer have the death sentence as a penalty, China still has it under its criminal justice system. Australia completely abolished the death sentence by 1985, in fact the federal government legislated against capital punishment. The last ever recorded execution by way of a death penalty in Australia was in 1967, Victoria ...continue reading

Two Women Arrested for Allegedly Defacing a Statue Considered a ‘Public Place’ in Sydney

  It is reported that two woman have been arrested and charged for allegedly defacing the Captain Cook statue in Sydney’s CBD. At about 4am Sunday morning, police were contacted in respect to the statue in Sydney’s Hyde Park. The two women aged 27 and 28 were arrested on College Street in Sydney CBD, not ...continue reading

A 14-Year-Old Girl Has Been Savagely Hit By a Car In an Alleged Dangerous Driving Occasioning Grievous Bodily Harm Incident

  “I went to the nearest house, I was banging on the door with blood everywhere”, says 14-year-old teenager Aysenour Koca. “I believe he tried to kill me because I was not on the street. I was on the pathway. And he even saw me while he still came at me”. “I thought he was ...continue reading

High-School Cleaner Murdered Teacher at School Days Before Her Marriage Ceremony

  26-year-old Stephanie Scott was a high-school teacher at Leeton High School in NSW. She was engaged to her fiancé, Aaron Leeson-Woolley. They were a few days away from getting married. But no one could have predicted or even thought of what actually unravelled on Easter Sunday 2015. On Easter Sunday 2015, Stephanie had some ...continue reading

Law on NSW Police Arrest Powers

  In NSW, a police officer is allowed to use force when exercising their lawful powers. However, it isn’t that simple. According to section 230 of Law Enforcement (Powers and Responsibilities) Act 2002 (NSW), police are allowed to use such force as is reasonably necessary for purposes of exercising one of their powers as a ...continue reading

NSW Police Facing Class Action Over Strip Search Practices

By Poppy Morandin & Jimmy Singh.   Redfern Legal Centre in collaboration with Slater and Gordon have recently announced their intention to mount a class action against NSW Police in relation to the unlawful utilisation of search powers, particularly strip searches. They seek to obtain compensation for the supposed thousands of individuals that have been ...continue reading

Sydney Man Charged for Wounding with Intent a Police Officer

By Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   A Sydney man who pounced on police with a large knife while high on ice has apologised to the officer who was forced to shoot him in the stomach, one year later. Robert Hampton was high on methamphetamine when he attempted to run through the gates of Campbelltown ...continue reading

New COVID Laws: $5,000 On-The-Spot Fines for Spitting or Coughing at Police or Health Care Workers in NSW

  There’s been unsettling trends of COVID19 assaults particularly against police and healthcare workers since the pandemic hit our communities. In response, legislation has now been passed to tackle the issue with very big fines of up to $5,000 on-the-spot. It is reported that two men in NSW have allegedly spat at NSW police officers. ...continue reading

Clear Guide on When You Can Leave Your Home and Public Gathering Laws and Penalties During COVID19

  It is reported that 2 NSW police officers have been handed $1,000 fines each for contravening the COVID19 social distancing laws. Over the weekend commencing 4 April 2020, in total 5 people were fined $1,000 each for breaching the stay at home social distancing rules. Amongst those 5 people, one was a 27-year-old female ...continue reading

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