Criminal Law

By Kate Gunther

31.08.16

Once upon a time I was falling in love, now I’m only falling apart…

Most of us are probably familiar with the heart ache of a break up. Even in mutual splits there is bound to be some level of animosity between the parties. Whilst break ups…

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Criminal Law

By Rachael Scott

26.08.16

The dangers of Child Pornography; do our teens really understand?

The media has been abuzz lately with the news of several Australian schools being targeted by a pornography ring, including schools in Canberra. It has reiterated that nothing put on the internet, or…

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Criminal Law

By Satomi Hamon

17.08.16

Drug deaths at festivals: Is pill testing the solution?

The growing number of drug related deaths at Australian music festivals call for drastic measures. The availability of pill testing services at places where there is likely to be a large consumption of…

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Criminal Law

By Satomi Hamon

16.08.16

Nemesis to receive $6.4 million

The ACT government has announced that Taskforce Nemesis, a police taskforce set up to tackle Canberra’s infamous motorcycle gangs, will receive an extra $6.4 million in funding, the Canberra Times reports. This is…

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Criminal Law

By Peter Woodhouse

10.08.16

How do you sleep at night?

I know, I know – it’s a cliché.  But it is a question that I am constantly asked as soon as I tell people that I am a criminal defence lawyer. There are…

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