Money Laundering: The Crime of Hiding Illegally Sourced Funds

The Ellis Defence: How the Church Avoided Paying Child Sexual Abuse Victims

The Crime of Murder in New South Wales

From Committal to Verdict: The Criminal Trial Process in NSW

Money Laundering: The Crime of Hiding Illegally Sourced Funds

By Sydney Criminal Lawyers - Published 19/03/2019

By Paul Gregoire and Ugur Nedim Detectives from the State Crime Command’s strike force Quinlan raided the Doonside home of Shalin Patel last Tuesday. Police arrested the 22-year-old in relation to his alleged involvement in an identity theft syndicate. The police claim that those involved in the scam ported more than 70 individual’s mobile phones from… 

The Ellis Defence: How the Church Avoided Paying Child Sexual Abuse Victims

By Sydney Criminal Lawyers - Published 11/03/2019

By Paul Gregoire and Ugur Nedim John Ellis was a senior altar boy at the Christ the King Parish of the Catholic Church in Bass Hill, when in 1974, then Archbishop of Sydney James Freeman appointed Father Aidan Duggan to work at the church. Soon after his arrival, Father Duggan took a special interest in 13-year-old… 

The Crime of Murder in New South Wales

By Sydney Criminal Lawyers - Published 06/03/2019

By Paul Gregoire and Ugur Nedim Michael Murphy died of natural causes at Long Bay prison hospital on 21 February. The 65-year-old was one of a group of five men found guilty of committing the horrific sexual assault and murder of Sydney nurse Anita Cobby. On the night of 2 February 1986, Murphy, two of his… 

From Committal to Verdict: The Criminal Trial Process in NSW

By Sydney Criminal Lawyers - Published 26/02/2019

By Paul Gregoire and Ugur Nedim A NSW District Court jury found former Australian Taxation Office deputy commissioner Michael Cranston not guilty of misusing his position to benefit his son on 15 February 2019. Following the verdict’s delivery, the 40-year ATO veteran held back the tears in the dock at Sydney’s Downing Centre District Court. During…