Sydney Criminal Lawyers® Weekly Recap – Articles May 9-15, 2022


In case you missed any of them, here’s a look at last week’s articles:

Biloela family: political pawns in the next federal election

The Labor leader has promised to bring the family back to their Queensland community, while the Deputy Prime Minister claims to be “in talks” to do the same.

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New NSW Police Commissioner: All talk, no action

Karen Webb has promised much but delivered little to reform the culture of toxicity, irresponsibility and lack of transparency within the force.

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Totality and parity are important principles when it comes to sentencing co-offenders

The appeals court reduced an armed robber’s sentence because it was manifestly excessive given the sentence imposed on his co-perpetrator.

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Yuendumu Walpiri elders call for unlimited police ceasefire: Karrinjarla Muwajarri

As policing in Indigenous communities intensifies, elders call on police not to enter with guns and let residents decide their own lives.

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ATO investigating 40,000 Australians over alleged tax evasion scheme

The investigation targets those allegedly involved in a fraudulent scheme presented on social networks as a “tax loophole”.

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Major claims on climate action are lies, it’s time for progressives to take the lead

“Our children and unborn children deserve a better legacy than this failed dead end of a cyclical duopoly.”

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Shoebridge on delivering a federal ICAC with teeth shortly after taking the Senate

Some think voting for independents or members of minor parties is wasteful, but holding seats in parliament can lead to real change.

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Christmas Island’s regime of extralegal brutality: an interview with Ian Rintoul of the Refugee Action Coalition

The Australian government has transferred several detainees from the mainland to an island known for its brutality and inhumanity.

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Underage parties may hold the key to a legalized and regulated cannabis market

Australia’s Greens have pledged to push for national cannabis legalization if they hold the balance of power in parliament.

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Will alleged Australian war crimes be prosecuted?

As the libel trial continues, some wonder whether Australian soldiers’ allegations of war crimes committed by their colleagues will lead to criminal charges.

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Prioritize truth and treaties, before any parliamentary voice

Acknowledging the past is an important step towards true reconciliation.

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Morrison pledges to legislate against discrimination against those who do not reflect it

The Prime Minister has recommitted to enacting laws legalizing discrimination of believers against non-believers.

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