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Corporal Punishment of Children (NSW)

Corporal Punishment of Children (NSW)

It was common practice in the past for parents and even teachers to physically discipline their kids. The appropriateness and acceptability of smacking children has come under scrutiny in recent years. Some contend that physical punishment is an essential component of childrearing, while others beli...
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Robbery Offences (WA)

Robbery Offences (Western Australia WA)

Robbery is covered by a number of offences in the Western Australian Criminal Code. Because it combines elements of theft and violence, robbery is referred to as a composite offense. Robbery offenses are punishable by indictment, and they must be resolved in the District Court following a committal ...
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Criminal Damage

Criminal Damage

In all Australian states and territories, it is illegal to intentionally harm or destroy property. Various names for this offense include malicious harm, deliberate damage, criminal damage, and property damage. The range of offenses includes serious offenses that could result in extended jail senten...
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DRUG DRIVING OFFENCES in NSW - Get help from Dot Legal

DRUG DRIVING OFFENCES

In New South Wales, there are two categories of drug-related driving offenses. They are operating a vehicle while under the influence of drugs and operating a vehicle while certain substances are detectable in the mouth, blood, or urine. This page extensively covers the maximum punishments, disquali...
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High Range Drink Driving in NSW

HIGH RANGE DRINK DRIVING (NSW)

Driving a motor vehicle on a road or in a place connected to a road with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of more than 0.15 in the breath or blood constitutes the offence of driving with a high range prescribed concentration of alcohol (PCA), as defined by section 110(5) of the Road Transport Act 2013....
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