Does the law in NSW see indoor cultivation as more serious than outdoor cultivation of drugs?
Should a person presumed innocent until proven guilty of a crime in NSW be detained and refused bail under the new Bail Act?
Heavy penalties apply for making false accusations against people in NSW for perverting the course of justice.
Is the removal of the ancient fundamental right to silence to allegations of criminal offences working in NSW?
What the Law says about encouraging or assisting another person to commit a crime before, during, or after it’s committed.
What happens when police find someone else’s drugs, you didn’t know existed, in your car. Read on to find out.
The laws about when police can and can’t take your phone or smart device in NSW.
Know your legal rights when approached by NSW police at a music festival, in relation to the possession of prohibited drugs.
New Laws in NSW Attempt to Encourage More People to Plead Guilty to Serious Criminal Cases in Efforts to Reduce Delay in Court Proceedings.
The type of offence will affect whether police can charge you after 6 months of the offence, duration of case, and seriousness of penalties.