Sydney Criminal Lawyers® Weekly Rundown – Articles from 30 November to 6 December 2020

by Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Sydney Criminal Lawyers®

In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s articles:

Sydney Criminal Lawyers® Weekly Rundown – Articles from 23 to 29 November 2020

In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s articles:

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The NSW Local Court Practice Note for Criminal Proceedings: Part 1

A summary of the rules regarding how criminal cases proceed in the local courts.

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The Offence of Perjury in New South Wales

Auburn councillor and property developer Salim Mehajer will spend Christmas behind bars after being refused bail.

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Drop the Charges Against Former Military Lawyer David McBride

Our government continues to prosecute former military lawyer David McBride for exposing Australian war crimes in Afghanistan.

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Allocating Millions Without Documentation. So What? Says Berejiklian

The Premier has shrugged off revelations her government allocated $141 million to key electorates, without documentation to show the requirements were followed.

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‘Lawyer X’ Royal Commission Makes Recommendations for Change

The corruption watchdog must be given broader powers and lawyers compelled to report suspected misconduct.

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Governments Must Address the Homelessness Crisis

Homelessness is a crisis that governments across the nation must put at the top of their agendas.

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Computers in NSW Prison Cells: An Interview With Former Family Court Chief Justice Elizabeth Evatt

New South Wales is trialling a program whereby inmates are given computers which make online rehabilitation services accessible.

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Australia Must Take Action Against Alleged War Criminals

Australian soldiers reported that their colleagues slashed the throat of a child from behind, engaged in ‘blooding’ by executing unarmed civilians, treated civilians with sadistic cruelty and drank from the prosthetic leg of a dead man.

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Managing Problematic Behaviours: An Interview With Smart Recovery’s Josette Freeman

Smart Recovery approach provides participants with the tools to carve out their own path.

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The Brereton Report’s Detailing of Historical Australian War Crimes: Part 1

The recently released report details Australian war crimes during the Boer War, the Boxer Rebellion and World War One.

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2020: ‘Worst Year’ for Domestic Violence Offences

We’ve seen better years.

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The Brereton Report’s Detailing of Historical Australian War Crimes: Part 2

The recently released report details previous occasions whereby Australian soldiers committed “savage beatings, rapes, arbitrary arrests, beheadings”, the murder of villagers, the torture and killing of wounded soldiers and the mutilation of corpses.

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Victoria Police are Primarily Responsible for the ‘Lawyer X’ Scandal

The ‘Lawyer X Royal Commission’ found that the disgraceful conduct of Victoria Police is primarily responsible for undermining the criminal justice system.

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