Sydney Criminal Lawyers® Weekly Recap – Articles July 18-24, 2022


In case you missed any of them, here’s a look at last week’s articles:

What is an Extended Supervision Order in New South Wales?

The Supreme Court has ruled that a man who sexually assaulted a four-year-old girl can return to live in the area of ​​his offenses, under supervision.

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Intensive correction, community correction and parole orders in New South Wales

New South Wales courts have a range of alternatives to full-time imprisonment.

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NSW Supreme Court challenge could invalidate thousands of COVID fines

Three complainants are challenging their penalty notices on the grounds that they are too vague to establish a specific violation. Authorities have now backed down on one of them.

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Chomsky issues dire warning that time is running out

“The decisions that must be made now will determine the course of future history, if there is to be human history.”

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A consumer watchdog charged with investigating allegations of anti-competitive behavior by energy companies

The ACCC will consider whether increases in energy prices can fairly be attributed to reduced supply caused by world events.

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Bail and pre-trial detention are used to eradicate climate activism

“Police arm justice system to neutralize climate activists”.

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“Racism Write Large”: An Interview with John B Lawrence SC of Close Don Dale Now

The prominent lawyer called the treatment of children in the notorious detention center “an absolute disgrace”, adding that it “could never happen to non-Indigenous children”.

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Victoria Premier apologizes for stacking branches

Daniel Andrews has admitted his party corrupted the democratic process by paying for new party members to influence the shortlist.

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Collaery charges dropped, but politicians remain irresponsible for bugging Timor’s cabinet

Calls are being made for those responsible for the illegal wiretapping of the Cabinet of Timor Leste to be brought to justice.

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NSW Police pledge to bring down West Sydney rappers

Police said they would flex their muscles to make sure social media platforms stop hosting music they say incites violence.

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Stacked AAT overhaul planned, aiming to end Canberra cronyism

Calls are being made to end the practice of politicians naming “personal connections and political affiliations” to achieve favorable results.

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Whistleblower Richard Boyle Public Interest Defense Hearing Set

The man prosecuted for exposing corruption within the tax office will say he acted in the public interest.

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