Federal Court Invalidates Landmark Native Title Agreement

Woman Who Stole Dying Nurse’s Handbag Given a Good Behaviour Bond

Supreme Court Slams Controversial Magistrate

NSW Court Rules that Eavesdropping Evidence is Admissible

Federal Court Invalidates Landmark Native Title Agreement

By Paul Gregoire - Published 15/02/2017

On February 2 of this year, the Federal Court ruled that the largest native title settlement in Australian history was void. The Noongar native title settlement was worth $1.3 billion dollars. The court’s decision may have widespread implications for both past and future agreements. The settlement between the Western Australian government and the Noongar traditional… 

Woman Who Stole Dying Nurse’s Handbag Given a Good Behaviour Bond

By Ugur Nedim - Published 15/02/2017

We previously reported on the case of 44-year old Silvia Schreuder who, along with 42-year old Jason Hall, was charged with larceny and fraud offences after stealing 62-year old aged care nurse Kay Shaylor’s handbag as she lay in a critical condition after a car accident. The collision occurred when Mr Shaylor’s vehicle was hit… 

Supreme Court Slams Controversial Magistrate

By Sydney Criminal Lawyers - Published 11/02/2017

By Paul Gregoire and Ugur Nedim Controversial Magistrate Roger Prowse is at it again. As discussed in a previous blog, the Local Court magistrate caused a stir in May 2015, when he accused a police office of contempt and called a halt to proceedings against a man charged with common assault. On that occasion, defendant Tony Rugari… 

NSW Court Rules that Eavesdropping Evidence is Admissible

By Sydney Criminal Lawyers - Published 05/02/2017

By Paul Gregoire and Ugur Nedim Czaba “Chubby” Magyari ran a well-organised drug syndicate selling large quantities of heroin and cocaine. The Hungarian national lived in a Drummoyne unit and had a premises in Bexley North he ran as a drug safe house. His groups was comprised of seven members – his ex-girlfriend Lilla Toemoeskoezy, who…