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If you've been nicked... Give us a call.

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Charged with Assault?

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Fronting court for Drink Driving?

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Jaimie’s Paper on Child Sex offenders post release

Student Jaimie Shepherd has sent through a fascinating paper on the regulation of child sex offenders post release. This is particularly topical at the moment with the push for the tag and release system for Queensland offenders. Click here to view Jaimie’s paper

November 1 Moynihan Reforms

The way many criminal offences are dealt with by the courts has been turned on its head from 1 November 2010. The changes came out of the Moynihan report and many of the changes are similar to ones enacted in other Australian Jurisdictions over the last decade. The rights to cross examine witnesses at committal have been severely curtailed with the defence now having to show substantial reasons. But its not all doom and gloom. The Jurisdiction of the Magistrates and District Courts have been increased with the aim of reducing costs and waiting times. The Prosecution has always had a duty to disclose relevant material to the defence whether or not it assists the prosecution. This has now been formalised with the defence being able to seek orders from the court for Prosecution Disclosure of certain matters.