Perverting Course Of Justice

The Law on Strip Searches in NSW

NSW Police strip search 7 children. This blog outlines the law on when police can and can't conduct a strip search on a person in NSW.

A Guide on the Law on Perverting the Course of Justice in NSW

A 34-year-old woman has perverted the course of justice by creating fake university documents to convince the court to allow her to travel while on bail.

Is it Legal to Make a Citizen’s Arrest in NSW?

A man who went on a stabbing rampage in Sydney CBD has been pinned down and restrained by members of the public after a woman was stabbed in the back.

A Guide on Your Right to Silence When Approached by Police

A parrot has allegedly participated as a lookout to alert drug traffickers as to the presence of police has been arrested and placed into police custody.

What is the Law and Penalties for Being an Accessory After the Fact to Murder in NSW?

Sydney criminal lawyer arrested and charged in relation to an alleged execution style murder of a child. The law on accessory after the fact to murder.

What is the Law and Penalties for Perverting the Course of Justice in NSW?

Judge’s associate misleads a former Judge into providing a good character reference letter to get a section 10 in a Sydney Court. Read on for more.

New NSW Sentencing Penalty Introduced: The New ‘Intensive Corrections Orders’

New sentencing laws in NSW: The new ‘intensive corrections order’ replaces and expands on the old ‘intensive corrections order’ while re-introducing home detention.

New Sentencing Option Introduced in NSW: ‘Community Correction Orders’

New NSW sentencing laws: ‘Section 9 bond’ & ‘community service order’ now replaced by the new ‘community corrections order’.

The End of ‘Section 10 Bonds’ in NSW as a Sentencing Option

The new NSW sentencing laws: 'Section 10 bonds' are now removed and replaced with conditional release orders. Read on for more.

Can You Refuse to Give a DNA Sample to Police?

Can the police take your blood without your permission? This blog answers some common questions concerning your rights when police want to carry out forensic procedures.

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