What the Law Says If You Fail to Care for a Child as a Carer with Parental Responsibilities in NSW

  It is reported that 22-year-old Jaycob Yarran has allegedly burned a toddler with a cigarette lighter and boiling water. She was allegedly burnt on her stomach by a cigarette lighter. Yarran who is the partner of the 2-year old girls carer claims that her injuries were caused from a pot of noodles. It’s reported ...continue reading

What’s the Penalties for Assaulting Police in NSW?

  It is reported that 59-year-old Michael Greene allegedly assaulted a female police officer when he was being taken away from the MCG Stadium on Saturday. Michael, who’s son is a Giants’ player (Toby Greene), has been charged with 6 counts, including assaulting police, assaulting emergency worker, intentionally and recklessly occasioning injury to a police ...continue reading

What’s the Penalties and Defences for an Assault Charge in NSW?

  A footage has emerged depicting an altercation involving 3 police officer’s and an indigenous 17-year-old boy. 17-year-old Quinton Avery, who is currently studying at TAFE, says he was left with injuries, including a bruised jaw and bleeding lip. Quinton said, “I went straight home to my aunty’s where I’m staying, and then my cousin ...continue reading

A Guide on the Penalties for Contaminating Food in NSW

By Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   The tradition of biting into a slice of cake, perhaps coated with creamy frosting or topped with fresh fruit, is undeniably one of life’s little pleasures. Especially when it’s your birthday. But imagine taking a mouthful of your very own birthday cake, only to discover a sharp needle ...continue reading

What the Law says about Urinating in Public in NSW

By Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   Let’s face it: There’s no feeling quite as frantic or uncomfortable as the desperate need of having to urgently release your bladder – especially when there’s no bathroom in sight. Indeed, it is one of the most insanely distressing situations we can find ourselves in. A situation, that, ...continue reading

What the Penalties are for Possessing or Placing an Explosive Device in a Public Place?

By Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   In recent times, the incidence of rail terrorism threats and attacks have underscored the need for increased public transit security. Indeed, in a study titled Subway Station Design and Management: Lessons from Case Studies of Contemporary Terrorist Incidents, published in the Journal of Architectural and Planning Research, it ...continue reading

A Guide on the Law on Making Hoax Bomb Threats in Australia?

By Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   Given today’s security-conscious times, particularly in the face of mounting terrorism, it’s not surprising that jokes and inappropriate statements about false bomb threats are no longer tolerated. Indeed, a seemingly flippant gag may humour the joker. But for the people facing the possibility of a bomb threat, it ...continue reading

A Guide on the Penalties for Harassing, Offending or Menacing Using a Phone

By Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   Harassing or offending phone calls can be one of the most stressful and alarming events a person experiences in terms of their privacy. From calls that are threatening to those simply unwanted, harassment via phone – or even text messages and other communication platforms – is both abusive ...continue reading

What’s the Law on Wounding or Grievous Bodily Harm Offences in NSW?

  When injuries are sustained in areas of a toddler’s body, inconsistent with a version of how those injuries were occasioned, it generally creates a suspicion and great concern. 24-year-old student Xing Shen and her partner 22-year-old Xi Zhang are accused of committing “acts of extreme violence” against a 3-year-old boy who has been left ...continue reading

The Law on Using a Carriage Service to Make a Hoax Threat in Australia

By Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   Australians love a good jest. Not only is it ingrained in our culture, for many of us, when discussing or dealing with serious matters, it is considered the “Australian way” to make light of a sombre affair by making some sort of amusing remark about it or simply ...continue reading

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