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SydneyCriminalLawyer Feb 22
NSW police continue their policy of unjustifiably humiliating innocent people.
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The sergeant has been suspended on full pay despite being found guilty of sexual touching and a final AVO being made against him.
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SydneyCriminalLawyer Feb 17
A family of asylum seekers with two infants is being held on Christmas Island, where hundreds are being quarantined over fears of coronavirus.
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The government us pushing for further fossil fuel expansion despite the environmental impact.
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SydneyCriminalLawyer Feb 23
Former High Court Justice Michael Kirby has called on lawyers to speak out about the implications of the Religious Discrimination Bill.
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SydneyCriminalLawyer Feb 21
As Assange’s extradition trial is set to commence next week, the Australian government remains silent. Yet, citizens across the world will be standing in solidarity.
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SydneyCriminalLawyer Feb 20
For the government, the coronavirus has served as a welcome distraction from more pressing issues facing the nation.
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SydneyCriminalLawyer Feb 19
Police misconduct has cost New South Wales taxpayers $238 million since 2016.
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SydneyCriminalLawyer Feb 16
The sports grants program has been labelled a ‘virtual slush fund’ for the Coalition’s re-election efforts, overlooking projects approved by an independent panel in favour of splashing cash in marginal seats.
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SydneyCriminalLawyer Feb 15
Many are rising against Scott Morrison’s Religious Discrimination Bill for promoting discrimination against non-believers.
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SydneyCriminalLawyer 22h
In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s blogs:
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SydneyCriminalLawyer Feb 16
There are calls for aged care facilities to be included in forthcoming inspections of places of detention.
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SydneyCriminalLawyer Feb 21
Certain jobs and visas require a criminal record check or working with children check.
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SydneyCriminalLawyer Feb 20
In a huge blow to press freedom, the ABC has lost its legal challenge against the raids on its Sydney newsroom.
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SydneyCriminalLawyer Feb 20
The case of a truck driver allegedly sexually assaulting a 13-year old girl while on bail has reignited debate about the presumption of innocence vs public safety.
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SydneyCriminalLawyer Feb 22
The NSW Police Force requires officers to conduct nearly a quarter of a million personal searches per year.
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SydneyCriminalLawyer Feb 18
Medicinal cannabis products are expensive, difficult to access and no substitute for the real thing.
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SydneyCriminalLawyer Feb 18
The majority ruled that First Nations people can’t be deported even if they’re noncitizens, as their connection to country prohibits this.
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SydneyCriminalLawyer Feb 19
The NSW police watchdog found that a secretive surveillance list has been targeting First Nations youth.
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SydneyCriminalLawyer Feb 17
Hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars were allocated in the lead-up to the federal election, with grants being based on politics rather than merit.
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