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NSW Police Intimidate Student Lunch Meeting: An Interview With Democracy Is Essential’s Chloe Rafferty

by Paul Gregoire
Sydney University students Chloe Rafferty and Holly Hayne were making their way over to a lunchtime student organising meeting last Friday that was about to be held at a campus park area, when three NSW police general duty officers approached...

Is Leaving Your Vehicle’s Window Open an Offence in New South Wales?

by Ugur Nedim & Sonia Hickey
Leaving your vehicle unattended with the window down is a little-known offence in New South Wales, but it’s an offence all the same and comes with a fine. One Sydney couple found this out the hard way, when police issued...

Sydney Criminal Lawyers® Weekly Rundown – Articles from 21 to 27 September 2020

In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s articles: Protests Erupt Over Yet Another Indigenous Death In Police Custody South East Queensland has erupted into protests over the death of yet another Indigenous woman...

Escalation in Policing Is a Sign of What’s to Come in a Time of Austerity

by Paul Gregoire
Friday 25 September 2020 saw the Morrison government begin cutting back JobSeeker unemployment benefits. The increased rate provided to the escalating numbers of unemployed during the pandemic period is being reduced, as treasurer Josh Frydenberg attempts to starve people back...

Magistrate Blasts Criminal Cops, Awards Defendant $100k in Legal Costs

by Ugur Nedim & Sonia Hickey
A Downing Centre Local Court Magistrate has awarded NRL player Curtis Scott $100,000 in legal costs after the assault charges against him were withdrawn and dismissed, slamming police over their multiple assaults against the intoxicated man as he was asleep...

The Nation Will Pay for Morrison’s Attack on Universities

by Paul Gregoire
By cover of COVID, the Morrison government has been carrying out a sustained attack against Australian public universities, which has subsequently spurred on management at these institutions to commence its own series of cuts to higher education. The Coalition denied...

Biggest Ever Anti Money Laundering Payout, But No Executives Criminally Prosecuted

by Sonia Hickey & Ugur Nedim
Banking giant Westpac admitted this week that it systematically contravened anti money laundering and counter terrorism financing laws, and has been ordered to pay a fine of $1.3 billion – which is the biggest in Australia’s history. But many are...

Major NSW Parties Vote Down Law Against Sexual Predators in the Police Force

by Paul Gregoire
Released in June last year, The Broderick report found that women are currently underrepresented in leadership roles within the NSW Police Force, and high levels of sexism and sexual harassment within the organisation are hindering women being promoted to senior...

Sydney Uni Students Beat the Ban on Protests

by Paul Gregoire
After NSW police closed down three recent COVID safe Sydney University demonstrations, students and staff held another rally against staff cuts and fee hikes on 23 September 2020, in which they successfully overrode the unofficial protest ban to the point...

Sydney Criminal Lawyer Charged with Aggravated Sexual Assault

by Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Lawyers for a criminal defence lawyer in Sydney who is charged with aggravated sexual assault are fighting to keep the identity of their client and his law firm under wraps. The lawyers made an application before Magistrate Keady in Parramatta...
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