The definition of an ‘imitation firearm’ The Firearms Act 1996 (NSW) regulates the use, registration and keeping of firearms in NSW. The Act defines an
Two-up is a traditional Australian game played created by Australian soldiers during World War I. Typically two-up is played on Anzac Day in pubs and
Hamilton Janke Partner James Janke nominated for Lawyers Weekly Parter of the Year Award.
“Sorry, I need to look after my cat”. “I’m allergic to air conditioning”. “I can’t serve as a juror because I’ll fall asleep in the
The Depp v Heard trial has captivated millions over the course of the last 6 weeks. In a matter like this it is easy to be caught up in the drama. The celebrity status of both parties has made this defamation trial into a media trial as well.
But what is defamation? What does each party need to prove to make their case and how does it differ from a criminal trial? The answer to each of these questions and more can be found within this article.
Spent Convictions NSW Criminal records in NSW are regulated by the Criminal Records Act 1991 (NSW). The Act implements a scheme to limit the effect