Sydney Criminal Lawyers® Weekly Rundown – Articles April 4-10, 2022

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

Married at First Sight Nude Photo Sharing Scandal: Has a Crime Been Committed?

A contestant on the popular reality TV show is being investigated for allegedly sharing an intimate image without his consent.

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Will the death of Hannah Clarke and her children bring real change?

It is hoped that the murder of a woman and her three children will spark real change in the fight against domestic violence.

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Is anyone really surprised that Morrison used racism for political purposes?

There’s no tactic Scott Morrison won’t use for political gain, even exploiting the racial and religious heritage of opponents.

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High-risk offender who breached extended supervision order has sentence reduced

His sentence was reduced on appeal because the breaches had nothing to do with a repeat offence.

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Prime Minister not fit for duty, says Liberal senator

The senator called the Prime Minister a “ruthless selfish tyrant” whose “scandalous abuse of morality and power is simply intolerable”.

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Thorpe introduces bill to establish Indigenous rights in law

The senator has introduced a bill that would see the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples enshrined in Australian law.

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Auditor General slams NSW Police Force for domestic violence failures

Police have been accused of not taking complaints seriously and of re-traumatizing rather than supporting victims.

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The death of the NSW protest: An interview with MLC Greens Abigail Boyd

The draconian new legislation means “we have some of the toughest anti-protest laws in the world”.

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What is the New South Wales Suitors Fund?

The suitors’ fund allows certain defendants whose trials are cancelled, interrupted or left in abeyance to recover part of their legal costs.

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“The status quo will kill us all”: an interview with Danny Noonan of Fireproof Australia

The NSW government’s draconian new anti-protest laws “aim to stifle dissent, so the dollars keep flowing in and the public is fooled”.

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Cocaine will flow despite latest police seizure

The former master sergeant explains that being ‘considered a ‘drug on drugs’…makes big news” but that ‘seizures have little impact on the availability of drugs’.

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Coalition Undermines Our Human Rights Commission, Says Global Body

A global alliance has discovered that the Coalition is appointing its acolytes to head the Australian Human Rights Commission.

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What is a “stay of proceedings” in New South Wales?

Former rugby league player Chris Dawson will stand trial for the alleged murder of his wife Lynette, after requests for a permanent ‘stay’ of the trial were denied.

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Federal parties and independents explain how they plan to uphold civil liberties

The NSW Council of Civil Liberties rated political parties and independents on their commitment to protecting human rights.

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