Well, the Epstein case continues to out-weird itself with the news that his will was witnessed by the lawyer of notorious drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán.
Criminality, as well as stigma, continues to circle around the sex industry, in fact, a recent report has outlined how harmful both aspects or on those who work that trade.
After flaming a local doctor with a negative Google review, the NSW Supreme Court has ordered a Sydney woman to pay that doctor half a million dollars in damages.
The NSW police’s strip search crusade is not only breaking their own protocols, but they’re also breaking the law.
Drivers have taken to Facebook to excoriate the police, describing how they were fined over their passenger using a tablet. So, is this legal? And if so, how can you contest such a charge?
The Morrison government is looking to not only crack our encrypted data, but also share it will like-minded nations to purportedly keep us safe.
The car horn is one of our greatest allies on the road. However, in some circumstances, it is viewed as an offence. Be alert, but not alarmed.
The civil suit raised against George Pell is not an outlier, as the victims of the Catholic Church are now free to sue for damages.
According to a leading magistrate, the NSW government’s drug-driving push is poorly thought out, that some are losing their licence over passive smoking.
According to one legal expert, the NSW police’s strip search push could be considered sexual assault in the lettering of the law.
The man taping himself running over emus was found, not by police, but by social media.
From next week those who are found guilty of drug driving will lose their licence. The problem is both the science behind it and the implementation of the law.
‘Coercive control’ is an umbrella term for a series of abuses that has, until now, gone unpunished in the realms of law. Australia, however, is lagging behind.
To his critics, Julian Assange’s arrest proves that he isn’t above the law. However, with his lawyers crying foul over his treatment, I’m wondering what law he actually broke.
The innovative work of Mellissa Larkin has not gone unnoticed, as the Founder and Managing Director of legal firm Peripheral Blue has been nominated for a top award.
Brunei instituting harsh corporal punishments for homosexuality is but one of the laws on the table. They are, unfortunately, rather serious about the changes.
After Dino secretly recorded one of Mel’s conversations, the matter is now a legal one. But, how illegal is it?
Even before he represented the police, one officer had a scheme to blackmail women into having sex with him. His powers merely gave him greater opportunity.
A woman from the ACT has been sentenced after manufacturing false allegations of sexual assault against her partner.
Sadly, animal cruelty thrives in the darker corners of our society. But, with harsher penalties now in force, I’m wondering if the deterrent is steep enough.
‘New year, new me’ seemingly holds true to the world of law, so let’s have a quick look at what is coming into effect in 2019.
Pill testing seems to be on the table for NSW, but it similarly seems like it will be played like a poker chip to tempt us.