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Deng Adut speaks with Gary Jubelin in the I Catch Killers podcast

Deng Adut speaks with Gary Jubelin Earlier this month 2017 NSW Australian of the year, Criminal lawyer and Australian Criminal Law Group Founding Partner Deng Adut spoke with Gary Jubelin on his I Catch Killers with Gary Jubelin podcast. In the first of this two-part podcast, Deng speaks about the trauma he experienced being taken away […]

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Successful section 14 applications by leading Parramatta lawyers

Weekly update: Parramatta lawyers successful in section 14 applications Australian Criminal Law Group have had a run of successful section 14 applications covering a wide range of criminal offences. Section 14 is a mental health order under the Mental Health and Cognitive Impairment Forensic Provisions Act 2020 that diverts people out of the criminal system

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Sydney Criminal Lawyers obtain bail for drug charges – Weekly update

Bail granted for Australian Criminal Law Group’s clients Sydney Sydney’s best criminal lawyers, Australian Criminal Law Group, obtained bail for their clients on drug charges earlier this month. These results include: Criminal lawyer Joseph Correy obtained bail in the Supreme Court for a client charged with the large commercial supply of almost 1000kg of cannabis.

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Parramatta Criminal Lawyers – Weekly update of amazing bail results

Parramatta drug lawyers obtain bail for multiple clients  Last week our team of defence lawyers in Parramatta obtained bail for multiple clients who were charged with serious drug offences.  These included charges relating to supplying large commercial quantities of drugs and trafficking large quantities of cannabis that were before the supreme court. Australian Criminal Law

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Drug Supply Prohibition Order (DSPO) gives police new search powers in NSW

Drug Supply Prohibition Order (DSPO) gives police new search powers in NSW NSW Police have received radical new powers that allow officers to search the homes and cars of anyone that has been convicted of drug supply in the past 10 years without a search warrant. The Pilot Drug Supply Prohibition Order (DSPO) passed parliament

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First time drug supply charges and sentencing Guidelines

First-time drug supply charges and sentencing Guidelines First-time drug supply charges are serious charges that will require experienced legal defence.  If you are arrested and charged with first-time drug supply charges, you could be facing time in prison. While first-time offenders may receive some leniency in sentencing when they choose to plead guilty, it isn’t

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Covid-19 fraud. Prosecutions for fraudulent lockdown cash payment applications

Covid-19 Fraud: Criminal lawyer says courts are seeing an increase in prosecutions of fraudulent applications made for cash payments during lockdown Criminal lawyers say the number of people being charged with fraud offences related to Covid-19 payments, such as JobSaver, JobKeeper and JobSeeker, is increasing.  NSW Police have formed task forces to investigate rorting of

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Sentencing submission helps man avoid imprisonment for criminal proceeds offence

Sentencing submission helps man avoid imprisonment for criminal proceeds offence A Sydney man charged with four counts of dealing with criminal proceeds with a total value of almost half a million dollars ($440,000) walked away with an intensive corrections order (ICO) and community service.  This was thanks to the sentencing submission made to the court

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