The Crime of Break, Enter and Steal in NSW

Cybercrime and computer offences in NSW

Prosecution Must Serve All Relevant Evidence on Defence

Sydney Man Awarded Damages for Illegal Strip Search

The Crime of Break, Enter and Steal in NSW

By Sydney Criminal Lawyers - Published 23/07/2019

By Paul Gregoire and Ugur Nedim Lake Macquarie police are currently searching for a Caucasian man of about 175 cm tall. The man in his 40s – who’s of medium build and has brown hair – ran from police, when they startled him at a building site in Cardiff on Sunday morning. The local officers… 

Cybercrime and computer offences in NSW

By Sydney Criminal Lawyers - Published 15/07/2019

By Paul Gregoire and Ugur Nedim A 15-year-old student named Jessie left her Bega school in early 2018, after she was bullied by another student, both in person and online. The girl’s parents felt they had no choice but to place their daughter in another school, as staff at the current one failed to take… 

Prosecution Must Serve All Relevant Evidence on Defence

By Sydney Criminal Lawyers - Published 08/07/2019

By Ugur Nedim and Zeb Holmes The Supreme Court of New South Wales has compelled the Commissioner of Police to serve the criminal histories of prosecution witnesses, despite objections by police. The judgment serves as a reminder that the prosecution is legally required to serve all relevant materials upon the defence. Facts of the case… 

Sydney Man Awarded Damages for Illegal Strip Search

By Sydney Criminal Lawyers - Published 02/07/2019

By Paul Gregoire and Ugur Nedim At around 3.30 am on 24 March 2015, Steven Attalla was sitting on a stone wall out the front of a church on Bourke Street in Darlinghurst, smoking a cigarette and sending a text message to a friend, when a police car drove up and parked in a side…