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

What are the Penalties for Cultivating Cannabis Plants at a Commercial Quantity in NSW?

  It is reported that approximately 1,500 cannabis plants were discovered with a street value of about $5.8 million after police investigations uncovered 9 hydroponic cannabis cultivation homes across Sydney, after an investigation had commenced in May following a tip-off from a neighbour. The investigation revealed a sophisticated network that has been operating numerous hydro ...continue reading

Is it Legal to Make a Citizen’s Arrest in NSW?

  It is reported that a man with a large knife in Sydney CBD has allegedly attempted to stab people on Tuesday. Causing the Sydney CBD to go into lockdown, the incident unfolded close to the corner of Clarence and King Street when a man who was reportedly armed with a machete went on a ...continue reading

The Law on Possessing Drugs in NSW

  It is reported that a 23-year-old woman from Louisiana has been found with drugs that were allegedly located in her vagina following a cavity search. Reportedly, authorities discovered “a clear plastic bag” of about 1 gram of methamphetamine in addition to $6,233 cash in Ashley Rolland’s vagina. A female correctional officer reportedly discovered the ...continue reading

What is Drug Possession Charges and its Penalties?

  In a town of Pilar situated about sixty kilometres from the capital city of Buenos Aires, Argentina, it is reported that following an inspection of a police warehouse that stored seized drugs, some drugs were discovered missing. There was six thousand kilograms of cannabis stored in that warehouse for over a period of 2-years. ...continue reading

A Guide on Your Right to Silence When Approached by Police

By Scott Feeney and Jimmy Singh.   The Brazilian Military Police were ready. The raid was about to take place in the northeast of the country, in the low-income community of Vila Irma Dulce. It was Monday the 22nd of April, and while on a regular patrol of their beat, the police observed a man ...continue reading

What are the Penalties for Possessing Prohibited Drugs?

  Harriet Wran, aged 30, is the daughter of former NSW premier Neville Wran. Nearly 3-years after she was released from jail, she has pleaded guilty to drug possession, having goods in custody and failing to display her P-Plate at the Wyong Local Court on Wednesday 3 April. On 27 February, she was stopped by ...continue reading

New On-The-Spot Fines for Drug Possession Offences in NSW

  “I’m a cop! No I’m a Cop” type situation arose when police officers fought each other in an undercover operation gone wrong sparking an internal investigation. It is reported that on 9 November 2018, 2 special operations officers conducted an undercover drug operation where they went undercover as drug suppliers at a neighbourhood well ...continue reading

The Liberal Government Refuse to Consider Pill Testing as a Means of Harm Reduction Despite More Deaths at Music Festivals in NSW

  About four hundred Australians die as a result of illicit drugs. There are many who are victims of drug addiction and its associated health problems in Australia. The indirect victims include the family members who are realising the increasing temptation for young people to experiment with illicit drugs, especially in music festivals. A 25-year-old ...continue reading

The Law on When Police Can Search Your Car Without a Warrant in NSW

The Case of DPP v Leonard [2001[ NSWSC A man from Dubbo NSW, Mr. Leonard was charged with supplying prohibited drug charges and 3 further charges of drug possession offences. The drug supply charges were on the basis that it was over the ‘traffickable’ quantity of cannabis. The matter proceeded to the Local Court for ...continue reading

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