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Aussie Cannabis Patients Left in the Cold, As Coalition Attempts to Rush Exports

by Paul Gregoire
“Patients in Australia needing access to medical cannabis have been slapped in the face yet again” by the “corporate-friendly” Morrison government, “who cares nothing about the suffering of our people,” said the Medicinal Cannabis Users Association of Australia (MCUA). The...

What is the Offence of Drug Supply in New South Wales?

by Ugur Nedim
It has been reported that at around 1.15pm, Thursday 3 April 2020, a 37-year old man from Lane Cove in the lower northern suburbs of Sydney attended a hotel on Elizabeth Street in the Sydney CBD to deliver a box...

Good People Break Bad Laws: Illicit Drugs

by Paul Gregoire
Not a lot of people who’ve grown up under drug prohibition consider that going back a little over a hundred years ago, the substances we commonly associate with being outlawed were for the most part legally available. The first rumblings...

Your Legal Rights and Responsibilities in Public Places

by Jarryd Bartle & Ugur Nedim
The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras will soon be in full swing, with glitter, tassels and jockstraps flying off shelves like hotcakes as revellers gear up for the fabulous Oxford Street parade on the 29th of February. As with...

The Law, Defences and Penalties for Drug Supply in New South Wales

by Ugur Nedim
A young woman has been charged with drug supply after allegedly being found with 1000 MDMA (‘ecstasy’) tablets at a music festival. New South Wales police officers are reported to have found 800 tablets in the woman’s bra and 200...

Ongoing Drug Supply Charges Can Remain in the Local Court

by Ugur Nedim
Supplying a prohibited drug on an ongoing basis – or ‘ongoing drug supply’ – is an offence under section 25A of the Drug Misuse and Trafficking Act 1985 which carries a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison and/or a...

No Conviction for Cannabis Oil Manufacture and Supply: An Interview With Cannabis Healer Jenny Hallam

by Paul Gregoire
Finally, after three years, Jenny Hallam’s ordeal with the authorities is over. And thankfully, rather than facing any prison time, last Thursday, SA District Court Judge Rauf Soulio recorded no conviction against her name and imposed a two year good...

A Crime of Compassion: An Interview With Green Light’s Nicholas Morley

by Paul Gregoire
Against the backdrop of the ACT having just passed laws to legalise cannabis use, and the pending three year anniversary of the government’s highly derided cannabis medicine licensing scheme, comes a documentary that deals with the reality of medicinal cannabis...

Preaching “Just Say No” Endangers Lives: Informed Decision-Making Protects Them

by Paul Gregoire
We live in a state where the head of government continues to spout rhetoric about drug use in line with former US first lady Nancy Reagan. The “just say no” to drugs approach remains as simple and ineffective as it...

Van Carrying $200 Million in Illegal Drugs Crashes Into Parked Police Cars

by Ugur Nedim
It has been reported that just before 10.30am on Monday, 22nd July 2019, a van carrying 273 kilograms of crystal methamphetamine – or ‘ice’ – crashed into police cars parked outside Eastwood Police Station in Sydney’s north-west. Officers inside the...
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