The criminal law in New South Wales contains a rage of offences which prohibits lighting fires without lawful authority. The offence of “causing a bushfire” is contained in section 203E of the Crimes Act 1900, which carries a maximum penalty of 21 years in prison. To establish an offence, the prosecution must prove beyond reasonable […]
Supplying a prohibited plant is an offence under section 23(1) of the Drug Misuse and Trafficking Act 1985 (NSW) (‘the Act’).￼ To establish the offence, the prosecution must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that a person: (a) cultivates, or knowingly takes part in the cultivation of, a prohibited plant, (b) supplies, or knowingly takes part […]
Rules Update: From 20 May low range drink-drivers can receive an on-the-spot suspension for 3 months
The phones are ringing already…. “Taxiiiiii!!! “ From 20 May low range drink-drivers can receive an on-the-spot suspension for 3 months. Warwick warns you that typically these offences occur the morning after or night before, so if you’re a bit of a drinking trooper – be smart and order an Uber. #safedriving #wisewarwick
Drive Safely and Have Great Long Weekend! – Warwick Anderson.