What is Infanticide in the Criminal Law?

A Drug Dog Indication Isn’t Sufficient to Justify a Search

NSW Serious Crime Prevention Orders Are Lawful, High Court Rules

Is It Legal to Film Police in NSW?

What is Infanticide in the Criminal Law?

By Sydney Criminal Lawyers - Published 03/12/2019

By Paul Gregoire and Ugur Nedim A mother living in North Strathfield held her six-month-old baby’s head under the water in a bathtub on 18 November 2010, until the child stopped breathing. The woman then called triple zero to report that her daughter had fallen from her bath seat and drowned. Despite the operator pleading… 

A Drug Dog Indication Isn’t Sufficient to Justify a Search

By Paul Gregoire - Published 26/11/2019

These days, spotting police officers accompanied by a sniffer dog when leaving a train station, leads Sydneysiders to hardly blink an eyelid. Though some commuters will curse under their breath about the incursion upon their civil liberties the warrantless use of drug dogs in public involves. While others will stop and take a photo of… 

NSW Serious Crime Prevention Orders Are Lawful, High Court Rules

By Sydney Criminal Lawyers - Published 19/11/2019

By Paul Gregoire and Ugur Nedim On 5 October last year, NSW police commissioner Mick Fuller commenced civil proceedings in the NSW Supreme Court seeking to have serious crime prevention orders (SCP0s) imposed upon alleged Rebel motorcycle gang members Damien Charles Vella, Johnny Lee Vella, and Michael Fetui. The orders sought to restrain and prohibit… 

Is It Legal to Film Police in NSW?

By Sydney Criminal Lawyers - Published 25/10/2019

By Paul Gregoire and Ugur Nedim With the advent of smartphones, members of the public have had the ability to film officers of the law as they go about their duties. And on the occasions that citizens capture them behaving in a questionable manner, these video clips invariably end up being shared on social media…