Perverting Course Of Justice

Inquest Into the Death of Indigenous Man in Custody Highlights the Need for Change: An Exclusive Interview with Barrister Stephen Lawrence from The Wigs

The last minute appeal that authorised the ‘Black Lives Matter Protest’ in NSW: an exclusive interview with The Wigs’ barrister Stephen Lawrence.

NSW Police Aim to Conduct 200,000 Mobile Drug Tests Representing an Increase From the Previous Year

The NSW Police force have set a target to detect nearly 300,000 times this year, using area-specific goals to achieve this quota result.

Law on Correctional Employees Engaging in Sexual Conduct or Intimate Relationship with Inmates in NSW

The 25-year-old Sydney prison guard allegedly carried out five sexual acts with a male prisoner at Silverwater Prison in addition to smuggling contraband.

Law on NSW Police Arrest Powers

A 17-year-old indigenous boy has been seen on footage to be violently arrested, and taken down while being handcuffed by a NSW Police officer.

Law on Australia’s Right to Hold Public Assemblies

What the Supreme Court’s refusal to authorise the ‘Black Lives Matter Protest’ really meant. Do Australians have a right to freely gather in public places.

What is Perverting the Course of Justice in NSW?

One of Sydney’s high-ranking members of the Comanchero outlaw motorcycle gang has allegedly attempted to pervert the course of justice in court.

NSW Police Facing Class Action Over Strip Search Practices

An enquiry into the police misuse of strip searches heard evidence that a 16-year-old girl was forced to squat and observed from ‘underneath’ by an officer.

How Does COVID-19 Affect Bail Applications in NSW?

How Coronavirus led the Supreme Court to grant bail to Mr. Rakielbakhour after he allegedly repeatedly punched his wife’s face and body, causing injuries.

COVID-19 – Key Changes Made by District Courts Affecting all Criminal and Traffic Cases in NSW

A guide on the key changes the NSW District Courts are making in response to COVID-19, and how it affects all criminal and traffic cases.

What are the Rules Around NSW Police Strip Searching a Person?

Police officers in NSW have been given a quota to conduct 241,632 personal searches including strip searches on people. Read on for more…


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