What the Law Says about Possessing, Supplying or Making a Pipe Bomb in NSW

By Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   Last week, a pipe bomb was discovered in Mullumbimby in the far north coast of New South Wales, forcing a number of buildings to be evacuated and the members of the public to avoid the area. It is reported that just after 7am on 19 September 2019, a ...continue reading

A Guide on the Law on Possessing an Unregistered Firearm in NSW

By Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   It is reported that on 24 August 2019, one of Melbourne’s biggest train stations was evacuated following reports that surfaced of an alleged man carrying a gun. At around 6pm, Victoria Police were called to Southern Cross railway station in central Melbourne after a man was sighted carrying ...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

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

What the Law says about Possessing, Supplying or Making Explosives in NSW

By Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   On 25 July 2019, a 63-year-old man was charged with multiple explosives and firearms offences after a search of three properties in South Australia uncovered explosive materials, guns and detonators. Murray Mallee Police, along with members of the bomb squad searched houses, sheds, vehicles and scrublands at the ...continue reading

A Guide on the Law on Causing Explosives to be Placed in or Near Building, Conveyance or Public Place in NSW

By Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   When we think of the term “road rage”, thoughts of screaming, rude hand gestures, and sometimes even violence spring to mind – indeed, incidents of aggressive driver behaviour involving such actions are reported frequently on our roads. But even though anger can be a very powerful and reactive ...continue reading

What is the Law and Penalties for Possessing or Using Firearms?

  It is reported that on 5 April, Cameron Jeffrey Wilson, while in his Washington apartment had allegedly stored drugs in his anus. However, that’s not all that he allegedly did. While in his apartment, the 27-year-old man had also placed a pistol in his front pocket before it accidentally discharged. According to a filed ...continue reading

What are the Penalties for Possessing or Manufacturing an Explosive in NSW?

Scott Feeney and Jimmy Singh.   An air exclusion zone was put in place; North Adelaide Residents were recommended to evacuate their homes. Some decided to remain in their properties and police gave them the stern warning, “Stay away from the windows.” Inside the garden shed of a property in Adelaide police allegedly discovered pipe ...continue reading

What are the Penalties for Placing an Explosive in or near a Vehicle, Building or Public Place?

By Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   There’s no denying that we’ve all either seen or been involved in some sort of road rage incident over the years. Perhaps the most common aspect to all is that drivers, in their anger, tend to have a minor verbal or physical outburst of some sort. And why ...continue reading

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