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The Law for Arson Causing Death

Filed under: Arson, Criminal Law

The police makes a charge of Arson Causing Death when a person commits arson that results in the death of another person.

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...

Sydney Criminal Lawyers

Filed under: Bail Applications, Court Appearances, Resisting Arrest, Anti-Social Laws, Indecent and Sexual Assault, Murder, Sexual Offences, Drug Offences, Human Trafficking, Weapons, Assault & Battery, Robbery & Theft, Arson, Apprehended Violence Orders, Drink Driving, Speeding, Licence Appeals, Drug Driving, Traffic Matters, Victim Support, Witnesses and Victims, Drink Driving, Drug Driving, Speeding, Criminal Law Matters, Fraud, Traffic Matters, Forgery, Terrorist Activities, Criminal Law

Sydney Criminal Lawyers is one of the leading criminal law firms and practise criminal and driving cases exclusively. Specialising in criminal law means...

Arson Causing Death

Filed under: Murder, Arson, Criminal Law Matters, Criminal Law

The Maximum Penalty for “Arson Causing Death” in Melbourne – How Serious is This Charge? There is a maximum penalty of 25 years imprisonment for anyone...

Arson

Filed under: Anti-Social Laws, Arson, Criminal Law Matters, Criminal Law

The Maximum Penalty for Arson in Melbourne – How Serious is This Offence? There is a maximum penalty of either 10 or 15 years of imprisonment depending...

Tampering or Interfering With Motor Vehicle Without Just Cause or Excuse

Filed under: Anti-Social Laws, Arson, Criminal Law Matters, Criminal Law

The Maximum Penalty for “Tampering or Interfering With Motor Vehicle Without Just Cause or Excuse” in Melbourne – How Serious is This Charge? There is...

What is bail?

Filed under: Bail Applications, Court Appearances, Anti-Social Laws, Indecent and Sexual Assault, Murder, Sexual Offences, Drug Offences, Human Trafficking, Weapons, Assault & Battery, Robbery & Theft, Arson, Apprehended Violence Orders, Drink Driving, Speeding, Licence Appeals, Drug Driving, Traffic Matters, Witnesses and Victims, Criminal Law Matters

What is bail? Bail is often misunderstood and this article will explain the considerations the courts will make when granting bail, and what happens to...

What is intent in criminal law?

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

The intention to perform a criminal act is often an element featured in a criminal matter: but what does intent actually mean? Law is often a complex vocation...

Raising a defence in a criminal matter

Filed under: Bail Applications, Court Appearances, Resisting Arrest, Anti-Social Laws, Indecent and Sexual Assault, Murder, Sexual Offences, Drug Offences, Weapons, Assault & Battery, Robbery & Theft, Arson, Drink Driving, Speeding, Drug Driving, Traffic Matters, Witnesses and Victims

One of the features of our criminal legal system is its adversarial nature – there’s a prosecutor and an accused with each party putting forward evidence...

Criminal damage: What are the required elements of the property offence?

Filed under: Court Appearances, Anti-Social Laws, Arson

Language in law is extremely important, however, it can also be quite difficult to decipher in some instances because some legal terms might be perceived...

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