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Sentencing in NSW

If you have committed a criminal offence and your matter has been set down for sentencing, it is easy to fear the worst. However, it is important to remember that in NSW the Legislative Framework […]

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Preparing for your First Court Mention

Going to court can be stressful and confusing, particularly if you are going for the first time. To make attendance in court less stressful, it helps to take the time to prepare and organise your […]

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Earning a Discounted Sentence by Pleading Guilty

Often, Defendant’s in criminal proceedings are required to weigh up the prospects of entering a guilty plea in their matter.
For a defendant, entering a guilty plea, particularly early on in the proceedings can help reduce […]

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Legislative Amendments

The changing position at Common Law has also been reflected in the Legislature. The current section 20 of the Evidence Act says that the Trial judge is entitled to make an appropriate comment to the jury in circumstances where a Defendant or a relevant family member does not give evidence at a trial.