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Elements of Robbery: When is a Person Guilty in Victoria?

Filed under: Robbery & Theft, Criminal Law

Robbery is an aggravated form of theft. This charge is generally laid in situations where a person commits a theft and, immediately before or at the time...

Aggravated Burglary in Victoria: Law, Penalties, Defence, Sentencing

Filed under: Robbery & Theft

A common example of this charge is a ‘run-through’ where police allege that an accused person has broken into a house either to rob the people inside the...

Elements of Armed Robbery

Filed under: Robbery & Theft, Criminal Law

Armed robbery is an aggravated form of theft. The offence of armed robbery involves situations where an accused is alleged to have committed a robbery...

Robbery with a firearm – Lawyers Sydney

Filed under: Weapons, Robbery & Theft, Criminal Law Matters

Robbery with a firearm is considered a serious offence if you have been charged or facing charges for robbery with a firearm seek expert legal assistance....

Robbery in Circumstances of Aggravation

Filed under: Robbery & Theft, Criminal Law

Aggravated Robbery is considered a serious offence if you have been charged or facing charges for aggravated robbery seek expert legal assistance.

Criminal law: ‘mens rea’ and the guilty mind

Filed under: Court Appearances, Anti-Social Laws, Indecent and Sexual Assault, Murder, Sexual Offences, Drug Offences, Weapons, Assault & Battery, Robbery & Theft, Arson

It’s probably not too controversial of a statement to make; that the law is filled with many confusing terms and that’s not even including Latin – which...

An introduction to the laws relating to stealing offences

Filed under: Anti-Social Laws, Robbery & Theft, Criminal Law

Stealing, larceny or theft, whatever the term, such actions will be considered criminal in all Australian jurisdictions whether it is at the state or federal...

Does a Bank Owe a Duty Of Care To a Customer Regarding the Risk of a Bank Robbery?

Filed under: Robbery & Theft, Victim Support, Witnesses and Victims, Criminal Law

In this case the worst fear of any bank customer was realised – being caught up in a bank robbery.

How is receiving stolen property a criminal offence?

Filed under: Robbery & Theft, Criminal Law Matters, Criminal Law

Have you ever received property that just so happened to have ‘fallen off the back of a truck’? What about something that was mysteriously ‘found’ by a...

Can intoxication from alcohol or drugs be used as a defence to a crime?

Filed under: Court Appearances, Anti-Social Laws, Indecent and Sexual Assault, Murder, Sexual Offences, Drug Offences, Weapons, Assault & Battery, Robbery & Theft, Drink Driving, Criminal Law Matters

Can being intoxicated or drunk be used as a defence for criminal matters? Find out here.

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