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.
Section 10's will be abolished under new penalties set to come into effect in NSW. Read on for more.
A convicted person is not required to disclose, for any purpose, any information about his or her conviction, if that conviction is “spent”. Read on.
Chance Encounters with Convicted Criminals is Not Habitual Consorting. Supreme Court Finds Charlie Forster Not Guilty for Consorting with Convicted Offenders.
How the Law Treats Those With Mental Health Conditions. Read on for more.
Not Guilty of $2.1 million Fraud After Bank Makes Error. Mr. Moore Found Not Guilty for Bank Fraud of Dishonestly Obtain Financial Advantage by Deception.
Employee Fraud and Court Ordered Compensation in NSW. What Happens if Your Declared Bankrupt? Do the Ends Justify the Means?
What is a non-conviction section 10 dismissal or Conditional Release Order, and how to get it after pleading guilty in a NSW court? Read on to find out.