Digital Detective Article 19 DEC 2023

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Unveiling the Digital Detective: The Impact of Technology on Criminal Investigations in NSW
Introduction In the ever-evolving landscape of criminal investigations, technology has emerged as a powerful ally, reshaping the way law enforcement agencies in New South Wales (NSW) approach crime-solving. From sophisticated surveillance tools and cutting-edge forensic techniques to data analysis, the digital revolution has ushered in a new era of investigation. In this article, we’ll dive...
Tailgating Article 19 DEC 2023
The Tailgating Tango: The Rules of the Road in NSW and Beyond
Have you ever been cruising down the scenic roads of New South Wales (NSW), the wind in your hair, tunes blasting through the speakers, and suddenly, a car appears on...
Fake ID Article 19 DEC 2023
The Lowdown on Fake IDs in NSW and Beyond
Do you recognise this scenario: you’re standing outside your favourite pub, the beats of live music wafting through the air, and the laughter of friends echoing in the distance. The...
Fast Lane Article 19 DEC 2023
Navigating the Fast Lane: Unravelling Police Pursuit Laws in NSW
Introduction Picture this: the flashing lights of a police car in your rear-view mirror, adrenaline pumping through your veins as you make a split-second decision to either pull over or...
Police Ask ID Article 19 DEC 2023
Can Police Ask for Your ID in NSW?
Have you ever found yourself wandering the streets of New South Wales (NSW), minding your own business, when suddenly a police officer approaches and asks for your identification? It’s a...
Murder Article 08 JAN 2024
What Breaks the Chain of Causation in Murder?
The chain of causation refers to the causal link between an accused’s conduct and the victim’s death. For cases of murder, section 18(1)(a) of the Crimes Act 1900 (NSW) states:...
Police Article 08 JAN 2024
When can the Police Shoot to Kill?
In NSW, law enforcement officers are entrusted with the responsibility of maintaining public safety. In accordance with their powers, police officers can use lethal force and shoot to kill in...

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Digital Detective Article 19 DEC 2023
Unveiling the Digital Detective: The Impact of Technology on Criminal Investigations in NSW
Introduction In the ever-evolving landscape of criminal investigations, technology has emerged as a powerful ally, reshaping the way law enforcement agencies in New South Wales (NSW) approach crime-solving. From sophisticated...
Tailgating Article 19 DEC 2023
The Tailgating Tango: The Rules of the Road in NSW and Beyond
Have you ever been cruising down the scenic roads of New South Wales (NSW), the wind in your hair, tunes blasting through the speakers, and suddenly, a car appears on...
Fake ID Article 19 DEC 2023
The Lowdown on Fake IDs in NSW and Beyond
Do you recognise this scenario: you’re standing outside your favourite pub, the beats of live music wafting through the air, and the laughter of friends echoing in the distance. The...
Fast Lane Article 19 DEC 2023
Navigating the Fast Lane: Unravelling Police Pursuit Laws in NSW
Introduction Picture this: the flashing lights of a police car in your rear-view mirror, adrenaline pumping through your veins as you make a split-second decision to either pull over or...
Police Ask ID Article 19 DEC 2023
Can Police Ask for Your ID in NSW?
Have you ever found yourself wandering the streets of New South Wales (NSW), minding your own business, when suddenly a police officer approaches and asks for your identification? It’s a...
Murder Article 08 JAN 2024
What Breaks the Chain of Causation in Murder?
The chain of causation refers to the causal link between an accused’s conduct and the victim’s death. For cases of murder, section 18(1)(a) of the Crimes Act 1900 (NSW) states:...