In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s articles:
The Offence of Choking, Suffocation and Strangulation in New South Wales
Prosecutions for choking have dramatically increased since the offence was recently broadened.
Get Your Priorities Right, Scott Morrison
While the nation burns, our PM prefers to focus on religious freedoms.
The Law, Defences and Penalties for Larceny as a Clerk or Servant in NSW
A bank employee has been charged with stealing from the bank’s vault after flaunting his riches on social media.
How Do I Write an Affidavit for Court?
There are certain rules to follow when writing an affidavit for court.
The Wild Horses Sting? Police Breath and Drug Test Patrons Evacuating Festival
Patrons directed to evacuate a festival due to a bushfire threat were then bottlenecked into one lane and tested one-by-one for alcohol and drugs.
Aussies Launch Petition to Oust Morrison
While our PM enjoys his Hawaiian vacation, tens of thousands of Australians have signed a petition to dissolve his government.
Empowering First Nations Kids to Hold Police Accountable: An Interview With ALS’ Jeremy Styles
The Aboriginal Legal Service has launched a campaign to empower First Nations youth with knowledge of their rights when approached by police.
Thousands of Drivers Allegedly Caught by Mobile Phone Detection Cameras
New mobile phone detection cameras have allegedly caught out thousands of drivers.
“The Coal Industry is Dead”: An Interview With Miner Turned Activist Micah Weekes
The magistrate congratulated the miner-turned-activist on the strength of his convictions.
NSW Justice Amendment Package Part 3: Police Given Greater Powers to Access Personal Information Without a Warrant
Police have been given greater powers to access personal information without a warrant and to refuse bail.
Australians Are Losing Their Basic Freedoms, Global Monitor Warns
“[T]he most alarming deterioration in civic space is occurring in Australia”.
Drivers Face Fines for ‘Normal’ Passenger Behaviour
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Climate Activists Bring Sydney Traffic to a Standstill
Activists took over a street in the Sydney CBD for nearly two hours to demand action on climate change.
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