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Challenge to Number of Plants Rejected in Cannabis Cultivation Case

Challenge to Number of Plants Rejected in Cannabis Cultivation Case

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Queensland school is expected to conduct random drug testing on students. This exposes the school to involuntarily aid the police to stop drug use in its students.

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Is an Exchange of Sex for a Place to Sleep a Rape in Victoria?

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Sexual offences are considered to be very heinous offences in Australian Courts, and as such, they carry serious penalties. See criminal legal for more information

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GPS trackers bracelets to be used for domestic violence offenders

While the accused was unlikely to flee, his alleged possession of multiple rifles suggested dangerous criminal behaviour that warranted his continued detention

Appellate Court, Criminal Law, Australia

Know Your Rights When You Are Released From Custody

If you are arrested but not charged with a crime, the police will release you from custody. If you are charged, you will probably be released on bail unless .

Know Your Rights When the Police Want to Take Your Fingerprints

If the police suspect that you were involved in a crime, they might want to take physical evidence from you. Physical evidence might include your fingerprint.

Know Your Rights when dealing with the police

If the police suspect that you have committed a crime, you need to protect yourself. Understanding your rights and obligations can help you avoid making mist.

If the police suspect that you were involved in a crime, they might want to take physical evidence from you. Physical evidence might include your fingerprint.

Penalties using a mobile phone while driving by http://www.criminallegal.com.au/vic/news/harsh-penalties-for-using-a-mobile-phone-while-driving-in-victoria.html

Drivers in Victoria receive four demerit points and a fine if convicted of using a mobile phone while driving. See criminal legal for new information

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Confession as evidence of the trial

Dealing with the police http://www.criminallegal.com.au/mycriminallaw/dealing-with-the-police.html

Dealing with the police http://www.criminallegal.com.au/mycriminallaw/dealing-with-the-police.html

dugs image by Alan Weiss, http://www.criminallegal.com.au/qld/news/random-drug-testing-in-schools-received-divided-opinion.html

Schools in Queensland jumpstarted the conduct of random drug testing in their jurisdiction. Schools have started bring drug sniffing dogs to detect scents of marijuana.

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