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Driver, Passenger or Owner Providing False or Misleading Identity Information to Police

Being a driver, passenger or owner of a vehicle that provides false or misleading information about identity to police is an offence under section 18 of the Law Enforcement (Powers and Responsibilities) Act 2002 which carries a maximum penalty of...
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How Long Can Police Keep a Person in Custody without Charge in NSW?

Police can generally keep an arrested person in custody for 6 hours in New South Wales, or an additional 6 hours if an authorised officer such as a magistrate or registrar grants a detention warrant. This 6 hour investigation period...
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Failure of Vehicle Owner to Disclose Identity of Driver or Passenger to Police

Failure of an owner of a vehicle to disclose the identity of a driver or passenger to police is an offence under section 17 of the Law Enforcement (Powers and Responsibilities) Act 2002 which carries a maximum penalty of 12...
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When Can I Appeal a Criminal Offence in New South Wales?

You have the right to appeal from the Local Court to the District Court against a finding of guilt or severity of sentence for a criminal offence within 28 days of your case being finalised in the Local Court, or...
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Failure of Passenger to Disclose Identity of Driver or Other Passenger to Police

Failure of a passenger to disclose the identity of the driver or any passenger in a vehicle is an offence under section 16(2) of the Law Enforcement (Powers and Responsibilities) Act 2002 which carries a maximum penalty of 12 months...
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What is a Citizens’ Arrest in New South Wales?

Section 100(1) of the Law Enforcement (Powers and Responsibilities) Act 2002 provides that a person other than a police officer may arrest another person without a warrant if that other person: (a) Is in the act of committing an offence,...
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