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Month: August 2021

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Can the Government use the army for COVID Operations?

Marching up and down the square! The infiltration and advancement of the Delta variant through New South Wales has placed immense pressure on our Health and Police departments. This pressure has now reached boiling point and the Government has requested the assistance of the Australian Defence Force. While the ADF has a strong history of …

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Covid-19 Protests

Protesting and the law. It’s my right!

Protesting is a public expression or declaration of objection, disapproval or dissent often against the government or corporations. In New South Wales, the right to protest is protected by the common law’s right to peaceful protest. It is also protected by the Australian Constitution’s implied right of political communication. While we have the right to …

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Criminal Offences Maximum Penalties

Criminal Offences The following table lists the common criminal offences prosecuted in the Local and District Courts.  The penalties for each offence range from a no-conviction to full-time imprisonment. The penalty is determined by a number of factors. There are also defences available to some offences. Read our criminal law page and respective criminal offence …

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Successful Outcome for Common Assault and Stalk & Intimidate Case

Successful Outcome for Common Assault and Stalk and Intimidate Case Our solicitor, Nicholas Hardy-Clements, represented a middle-aged male at Parramatta Local Court in relation to the following charges: Common Assault (Domestic Violence Related) pursuant to Section 61 of the Crimes Act 1900. Stalk or Intimidate Intending to Cause Fear of Physical or Mental Harm (Domestic …

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3 month Suspension, CCO & CRO for 2 Counts of Driving Whilst Suspended

Successful Outcome for Driving Whilst Suspended Our solicitor, Nicholas Hardy-Clements, represented a young male at Sutherland Local Court in relation to the following charges: Drive Motor Vehicle Whilst Suspended- First Offence pursuant to section 54(3)(a) of the Roads Transport Act 2013. Drive Motor Vehicle Whilst Suspended- Subsequent or prior Offence pursuant to section 54(3)(a) of …

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Bail Granted for Common Assault & Stalk Intimidate

Bail Granted for Common Assault Our solicitor, Nicholas Hardy-Clements, represented a young male at Burwood Local Court, seeking an application for bail, in relation to the following charges: Common Assault (Domestic Violence Related) pursuant to Section 61 of the Crimes Act 1900. Stalk or Intimidate Intending to Cause Fear of Physical or Mental Harm (Domestic …

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6 month disqualification for driving whilst disqualified

Successful Outcome for Driving Whilst Disqualified Our Solicitor, Stephanie McClelland represented a young male at Fairfield Local Court in relation to the following offence: Drive Motor Vehicle Whilst Disqualified- Second or Subsequent Offence- pursuant to Section 54(1)(a) of the Roads Transport Act 2013. Circumstances of the Offence Our client was charged with driving a motor …

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