What to do if your Driver’s License is at risk

Did you know that in certain circumstances a driver of a motor vehicle, who may otherwise have their licence suspended or possibly cancelled, may be able to apply to a Court for a good behaviour licence? And did you know that it may be possible to have a Court review... Read More

Protection from Cyberbullying – rights & remedies

“Bullying” is behaviour, repeated more than once, which is intended to hurt a targeted person or group of people, which embarrasses, threatens, humiliates or intimidates that person or persons. “Cyberbullying” is the act of harassing, abusing or harming another or... Read More

What you need to know about AVOs

An Apprehended Violence Order (AVO) is an order made by a court against somebody in circumstances where a person in need of protection can show that he or she has reasonable grounds to fear that somebody may engage in personal violence or intimidating or stalking... Read More

Charged with possession of drugs – what happens next?

It is not unusual to see police officers and sniffer dogs frequenting music concerts, festivals and other major events to maximise safety and generally, enforce the law. Festivals such as Mardi Gras and other large music events attract a significant police presence... Read More