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An unforgivable lack of judgment? An insight into drink driving offences in NSW
The only way to avoid risk of injury, death or being charged with a PCA offence is not to drive after consuming alcohol.
Australia
17 May 2019
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Legal responses to sexting
Sexting involves individuals taking revealing photographs of themselves to share with peers, boyfriends and girlfriends.
Australia
25 Mar 2019
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NSW reforms organisational liability for child abuse
These recent NSW changes should ensure that there is a clearer path in civil litigation for victims of child sex abuse.
Australia
21 Jan 2019
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The Children Legislation Amendment (Information Sharing) Bill 2017 (VIC)
Bill proposes new provisions that will establish a child wellbeing and safety information-sharing scheme in Victoria.
Australia
13 Mar 2018
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Commonwealth redress scheme for institutional abuse
The Scheme is the product of recommendations by the Royal Commission Into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.
Australia
7 Dec 2017
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Right to silence, when arrested by police
This is a fundamental legal right, which means that you do not have to say anything to police or answer their questions.
Australia
28 Oct 2017
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Traffic law in NSW: 3 FAQs
The article explains notices of suspension, drink driving offences, and the Traffic Offenders Intervention Program.
Australia
28 Oct 2017
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Abuse liability: learning from the outcome in State of New South Wales v DC [1]
The two special leave points were in respect of breach of the duty of care and vicarious liability of the State of NSW.
Australia
26 Jul 2017
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Senders, sharers, likers and tweeters beware – the civil implications of the crime of revenge porn
Revenge porn has the potential to cause significant embarrassment, psychological distress or psychological injury.
Australia
27 Feb 2017
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Limitations Amendment (Child Abuse Civil Actions) Bill 2015 (NSW)
These proposed changes, which were defeated, would have removed the limitations period for child sexual abuse in NSW.
Australia
21 Dec 2015
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Bob and Eric sang - I Shot the Sheriff: so what are the principles of self-defence in New South Wales?
The law in New South Wales does recognise the right of a person to act in self-defence from any threatened attack.
Australia
4 Jul 2015
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Lionel Murphy Memorial Lecture 2015 - Vigilance against Injustice in the Justice System - Part 1
This part of the lecture discusses the over-representation of Indigenous Australians in the criminal justice system.
Australia
26 Apr 2015
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Lionel Murphy Memorial Lecture 2015 - Vigilance against Injustice in the Justice System - Part 2
The crucial aspect to the success of any programs is that they are developed in partnership with the local communities.
Australia
26 Apr 2015
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Bob and Eric sang I Shot the Sheriff - What are the principles of self-defence in New South Wales?
The article considers that song and another saying, in relation to the principles of self-defence in New South Wales
Australia
30 Mar 2015
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OPINION: Capital punishment - grounds for further review
The condemning to death of Australians in a foreign country makes us focus our consideration on the role of punishment.
Australia
25 Feb 2015
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NSW bail laws and indigenous Australians
Stricter and harsher bail laws could further disadvantage on those in remand who are of lower-socio economic backgrounds.
Australia
25 Dec 2014
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Tom Jones, provocation, your union and giving Delilah a voice
The White Ribbon Movement emphasises the need for women to be respected and not to live in fear and subject to abuse.
Australia
25 Dec 2014
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Release of Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse - Interim Report
The report discusses the Commission's progress to date, as well as a number of proposals currently under consideration.
Australia
12 Sep 2014
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Lionel Murphy Memorial Lecture 2014: Murphy's legacy — Vigilance against injustice in the justice system - Part 2
Community constables will link between police and other services in communities to ensure the services work together.
Australia
5 Sep 2014
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Broken-hearted lover or something more sinister - Elvis or an AVO?
There needs to be a careful consideration and an appreciation that your actions could have serious consequences at law.
Australia
2 Sep 2014
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