Penalties for Importing Commercial Quantity of Methamphetamine or ‘Ice’

  It is reported that two men and a woman aged in their late 30’s have allegedly been involved in the drug importation of 1.6 tonnes of methamphetamine valued at over $1 billion. From the three charged, a male and a female were customs agents, and trusted insiders who the police believe used their positions ...continue reading

New Laws in ACT Legalise Cannabis Possession and Cultivation

  31 January 2020 is the date that the ACT legalises the cultivation of cannabis and possession of cannabis. This doesn’t come without its restrictions though… This means, that the ACT has now passed a bill which effectively allows anyone who is at least 18-years-of-age to grow up to two cannabis plants and possess up ...continue reading

Law and Penalties for Possessing Cocaine in NSW

  It’s reported that a 5-year-old school boy attended his kindergarten class with a bag of cocaine. Last week, the 5-year-old boy showed the cocaine to his teacher at the Lawrence Elementary School in Massachusetts, USA. When showing the drugs to his teacher, it is reported the boy also told the teacher that he puts ...continue reading

Law on Possessing Cannabis in NSW

  It has been reported that a US company has advertised a position requiring the successful candidate to smoke weed for over $4,000 a month. In an effort to provide “honest and reliable insights”, a company called ‘American Marijuana’ has offered a position to the right candidate to give reviews after testing their cannabis products. ...continue reading

Penalties and Defences for Importing Cocaine into Australia

  Authorities have managed to uncover drugs concealed within aluminium alloy ingots in September, located at the Sydney Container Examination Facility. Hidden inside the aluminium ingots were over $104 million worth of cocaine. The drugs were concealed in a sophisticated way within more than 1,800 modified aluminium alloy ingots, which were imported from Mexico. Police ...continue reading

The Penalties for Importing Drugs into Australia

  It is reported that nearly 500kg of methylamphetamine worth $300m has been imported in 768 bottles of Sriracha chilli sauce. The ice was under the Australian Border Force (ABF) radar when it arrived in Australia from the US on 15 October. Upon arrival into Australia, the consignment was reported to have been allegedly accessed ...continue reading

The Law on Contaminating Food in NSW

  It’s reported that mourners at a funeral in Germany were accidentally served with hash cake resulting in a drug high. Following the burial, the mourners attended a restaurant to have cake and coffee- a customary German practice. 13 of the mourners who attended the restaurant were reported feeling high and required medical attention. Following ...continue reading

An Outline of the Penalties for Importing Border-Controlled Drugs

  Saxophonist and sailor Craig Lembke has been found guilty by a Jury at the Newcastle District Court on Wednesday 23 October for the charge of importing a commercial quantity of cocaine. The 49-year-old man from Western Australia has now been known as the ‘cocaine Casanova’ after discovering that he was in a relationship with ...continue reading

The Law on Strip Searches in NSW

  Imagine a sniffer dog incorrectly indicates to police that you have drugs on you outside the entrance of a music festival, which causes police to form a suspicion you have illicit drugs on you, but you actually don’t. Imagine, then police escort you away in view of everyone watching this infold, and you are ...continue reading

When Can a Police Officer Legally Search or Strip Search you in NSW?

  They say that it is better out than in, but this may not be applicable in the same sense when being strip searched by a police officer… It is reported that 28-year old Stuart Cook from Scotland purposely farted 3 times on a police officer who was conducting a strip search on him at ...continue reading

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