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What is the legal meaning of Intimidation in NSW?

What is the legal meaning of Intimidation in NSW?

What is the legal meaning of Intimidation in NSW? Intimidation is an element of numerous offences in NSW. Offences such as: Common Assault; Intimidating a Police Office; Intimidating Victims or Witnesses; Intimidating Judicial Officers; and Intimidating Judicial Officers. One of the most commonly prosecuted offences in NSW involving Intimidation is “Stalking or intimidation with intent to cause fear of physical…

How to Write An Apology Letter to the Court

How to Write An Apology Letter to the Court

How to Write an Apology Letter to the Court If you are to be sentenced in Court, there are things you can do to have the Court look at your more leniently. An apology letter from you to the Court will undoubtedly assist you in showing the Court a relevant factor in sentencing principles. That is, remorse and repentance demonstrate…

Is an AVO or an ADVO a Criminal Record?

Is an AVO or an ADVO a Criminal Record?

Is an AVO or an ADVO a Criminal Record? If you receive a Final Apprehended Violence Order (AVO) you are not given a criminal record. However, AVOs can have many other unforeseen consequences, it will not show up on a police background check, such as a national police check. What is an Apprehended Violence Order?   The court under the…

Providing False or Misleading Information in New South Wales, is it a Crime?

Providing False or Misleading Information in New South Wales, is it a Crime?

Providing False or Misleading Information in New South Wales, is it a Crime? In New South Wales (NSW), it is an offence to provide false or misleading information under any circumstances. It is a serious offence under section 307B of the Crimes Act 1900 which carries a maximum penalty of a fine of 200 penalty units and/or imprisonment for 2…

What Is A Hung Jury In NSW Criminal Trial?

What Is A Hung Jury In NSW Criminal Trial?

What Is A Hung Jury In NSW Criminal Trial? Introduction To Jury Trials     A jury trial is the basic foundation of the overall criminal justice system. Individuals charged with any serious criminal offences are entitled to have their innocence or guilt determined by the judgment of their peers. The men or women who decide their fate and if…