Using a Carriage Service to Menace, Cause Offence or Harass Offences & Defences

Poppy Morandin and Jimmy Singh. Image credit: Fadhli Adnan   A man has faced court in Queensland after allegedly editing and disseminating footage of the Christchurch mosque massacre. The footage begins with a title card stating: ‘how much more of this sh*t did you think we would take?’ before cutting to the graphic events of the ...continue reading

Making or Using Counterfeit Money Offences & Defences in NSW

Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   In March 2021, shoppers and traders across Tasmania were being urged to be vigilant after reports surfaced that counterfeit money was floating amongst the community. In particular, it was found that businesses on the northwest coast were experiencing a spike in counterfeit notes being tendered. Tasmania Police jumped on ...continue reading

NSW Attorney-General Requests Review of Sexual Assault Sentencing Laws

Poppy Morandin.   Judges in New South Wales may soon be able to sentence persons found guilty of historical sex crimes using present laws, rather than those in force at the time of the offence, under a proposal by the NSW Attorney-General Mark Speakman. “I’ve asked Department of Communities & Justice for a thorough review ...continue reading

Slavery & Servitude Offences & Defences in Australia

Poppy Morandin and Jimmy Singh.   Former Australian soldier and self-proclaimed “patriarchal overlord”, James Davis, has faced court over numerous slavery offences. The court heard Mr Davis was accused of ‘possessing a slave’ and ‘causing a person live in servitude’ at his Maroubra property, among other offences, in Sydney’s east between 2013 and 2015. Among ...continue reading

Law on Money Laundering via Cryptocurrency

Poppy Morandin.   A man who is alleged to have directed a money laundering criminal syndicate which converted over five million dollars’ worth of Bitcoin into cash, has been arrested and charged by police. The New South Wales Crime Command’s Cybercrime Squad established Strike Force Curns in order to investigate criminal syndicates involved in cyber-enabled ...continue reading

The Law on Money Laundering via Bitcoin

Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   A man from Sydney accused of running a criminal syndicate that laundered money via Bitcoin has been arrested after police allegedly discovered $1million worth of cash inside his car. About 5:30am on Monday 22 February 2021, cybercrime detectives from Strike Force Curns – which was set up in October ...continue reading

The Offence of Contravening a Control Order

Poppy Morandin.   Terrorism offenders in NSW, while rare, have been analysed to be predominantly young men who are largely caught whilst still in the planning stage of attacks. The NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research (‘BOSCAR’) took this data, whilst examining the 72 terrorism offences proven in NSW criminal courts from July 2002 ...continue reading

Complete Guide on the Law on Money Laundering Offences in NSW and Across Australia

Poppy Morandin and Jimmy Singh.   The NSW Crime Commission has raised concerns that Australia’s relatively successful management of COVID-19 may make it a ‘safe haven’ for both legal and illegal transfers of international funds. In its most recent report, whilst analysing ‘Changes in Money Laundering Activities’, the Commission drew attention to recent figures that ...continue reading

Guide on the Law on Producing & Possessing Child Abuse Material

  It is reported that a 43-year-old man from Illawarra has allegedly produced and possessed over 100,000 videos and images of child abuse material, also known as child pornography. Detectives attached to the Lake Illawarra Police commenced investigations in June of last year into claims that the man was producing child pornography. His electronic devices ...continue reading

Law on Victims Compensation for Victims of Federal Offences in Australia

Poppy Morandin and Jimmy Singh.   A Cambodian woman who was kidnapped as a child and forced into sex slavery has launched an Australian first challenge by requesting that a South Australian court should order financial compensation whilst sentencing her abuser. The unprecedented request has national significance due to how, if successful, the challenge may ...continue reading

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