The Offence of Importing a Border Controlled Drug

Woman Pleads Guilty to Making False Indecent Assault Allegation

Catfishing Isn’t Illegal, But It Can Be a Way to Facilitate Serious Criminal Offences

Social Security Fraud and the Centrelink Witch

The Offence of Importing a Border Controlled Drug

By Sydney Criminal Lawyers - Published 21/05/2019

By Paul Gregoire and Ugur Nedim On 7 February this year, Australian federal police (AFP) and Victoria police executed search warrants in NSW and Victoria that led to the arrest of two US nationals and two Australians in and around Melbourne, while two men were arrested in their south-western Sydney homes. The drug raids related… 

Woman Pleads Guilty to Making False Indecent Assault Allegation

By Sonia Hickey - Published 16/05/2019

A 20-year old woman has pleaded guilty to a charge of knowingly making a false or misleading statement after lying to police that she was stalked and sexually assaulted. Caitlyn Gray’s admission came only after Police could find no CCTV evidence to back up her story that she was sexually assaulted by a man who… 

Catfishing Isn’t Illegal, But It Can Be a Way to Facilitate Serious Criminal Offences

By Sydney Criminal Lawyers - Published 14/05/2019

By Paul Gregoire and Ugur Nedim Melbourne northern suburbs woman Lydia Abdelmalek was found guilty in Heidelberg Magistrates’ Court in mid-April on multiple crime’s relating to her online harassment of six people. Arrested after her home was raided in April 2016, the 29-year-old is to be sentenced in June. Abdelmalek weaved a complicated online deceit,… 

Social Security Fraud and the Centrelink Witch

By Sydney Criminal Lawyers - Published 07/05/2019

By Paul Gregoire and Ugur Nedim Rebecca Assie told two western Sydney women how they could commit welfare fraud. In light of that advice, Sahar El Kaddour applied to receive a Centrelink carer payment and allowance claiming that she looked after Raghda El Moubayed. The deal was Ms El Kaddour would give Ms El Moubayed…