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Sexual assault – can you give consent when you are drunk or high?

26.07.17

Sexual assault – can you give consent when you are drunk or high? According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics sexual assault against females is on the rise. From 2014 to 2015 the amount of…

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Stealing from Your Employer: What Are the Penalties for Committing Larceny as a Clerk?

19.07.17

Stealing from Your Employer: What Are the Penalties for Committing Larceny as a Clerk? In 2014 Emma Greene a receptionist for Unanderra Physiotherapy and Pilates was charged with larceny as a clerk when she stole…

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How to Beat a Drink Driving Charge in NSW

17.07.17

How to Beat a Drink Driving Charge in NSW Drunk driving is a serious offence and is a huge factor in motor vehicle fatalities. In an attempt to reduce the number of deaths due to…

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Revenge Porn in Australia- What are the Penalties?

13.07.17

Revenge Porn in Australia – What are the penalties? You are in a caring relationship with someone until one day that relationship turns sour. Those intimate videos taken of you just for fun are now…

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11 Weird but True Australian Laws You Will Never Believe

11.07.17

11 Weird but True Australian Laws You Will Never Believe Ride up to your local pub on a horse and do you know the pub owner would have to stable, water and feed your horse…

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Concealing A Serious Offence: When Not reporting a Crime Could Land you in Gaol

08.07.17

Concealing A Serious Offence: When Not reporting a Crime Could Land you in Gaol You have witnessed a serious offence like a robbery or a sexual assault. Should you report it to police or can…

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The Dark Web and Online Drug Sales- Is it a Growing Trend in Australia?

03.07.17

The Dark Web and Online Illegal Drug Sales. Is it a growing trend in Australia?  The dark web – mysterious, exotic and dangerous. A place where anonymous hackers can take down a corporate or government…

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New Metadata Laws Introduced Requiring Telco Companies to Collect Your Metadata

20.06.17

ISPs are Collecting Your Metadata and This is A Great Reason to Use A VPN The new metadata laws that have into force in Australia require Internet Service Providers and telecom companies to collect your…

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Licence Suspension Appeals for Speeding Offences

20.06.17

Licence Suspension Appeals for Speeding Offences Speeding is a serious offence in NSW. If you are caught speeding, you will be ordered to pay a fine. You will also earn some demerit points. And if…

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The Difference between a Precribed Concentration of Alcohol and a Driving Under the Influence offence

04.06.17

Difference Between PCA And DUI Driving a vehicle when you are under the influence of alcohol or another intoxicating substance is a punishable offence in Australia. Someone who is caught driving after consuming an intoxicating…

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