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Why you shouldn’t talk to the police — Sterling Law QLD

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Outside of the legal realm, telling your side of the story at the earliest opportunity may be often a good idea. But in legal matters, things work very differently. In many situations, saying less is better than saying more, and saying nothing at all is better than saying anything. This video discusses the reasons why…

via Why you shouldn’t talk to the police — Sterling Law QLD

Appeal bail refused for Kleenmaid director despite Covid-19 risks — Sterling Law QLD

The facts Former Kleenmaid director Andrew Eric Young was convicted after a trial of two counts of fraud with circumstances of aggravation and 17 counts of insolvent trading. Prior to trial the Mental Health Court held he was fit for trial and the proceedings should continue according to law, and the trial judge refused to…

via Appeal bail refused for Kleenmaid director despite Covid-19 risks — Sterling Law QLD

Cardinal George Pell interview with Andrew Bolt — Sterling Law QLD

Andrew Bolt interviews Cardinal George Pell about his convictions for indecent dealing and subsequent acquittals in a unanimous High Court that resoundingly re-affirmed the presumption of innocence and the criminal standard of proof. They also talk about the Catholic Church’s historical mishandling of allegations of sexual abuse of children. The post Cardinal George…

via Cardinal George Pell interview with Andrew Bolt — Sterling Law QLD

George Pell convictions quashed on appeal to High Court — Sterling Law QLD

THE FACTS In December 2018, controversial Catholic Church Cardinal George Pell was convicted by a jury of one count of sexual penetration of a child under the age of 16 and four counts of an indecent act with a child under the age of 16 over allegations of abusing choirboys at Melbourne’s St Patrick’s Cathedral…

via George Pell convictions quashed on appeal to High Court — Sterling Law QLD

No discount for dangerous death-causing driver — Sterling Law QLD

The facts On 20 September 2017, Connie-Lee Rose Williams drove a motor vehicle on the Bruce Highway, north of Gin Gin which left the road and impacted at high speed with a culvert, and subsequently a tree. Her husband and her five year old son were both ejected from the vehicle and lost their lives.…

via No discount for dangerous death-causing driver — Sterling Law QLD

Paul Pisasale loses extortion convictions appeal — Sterling Law QLD

THE FACTS Yutian Li, a Chinese woman working as an escort in Australia formed a relationship with the complainant in early 2016. The complainant led her to believe they would marry and enjoy a life together in Australia. Later that year he told her he had a terminal illness and did not want her to…

via Paul Pisasale loses extortion convictions appeal — Sterling Law QLD

Sterling Law unfazed by Coronavirus — Sterling Law QLD

Despite the Coronavirus wreaking havoc, we are pleased to inform you that it is still business as usual for us. Our office remains open Monday-Friday each week, but we are willing to see people via Skype or some other form of videoconferencing if preferred. While some other law firms are afraid or panic, we…

via Sterling Law unphased by Coronavirus — Sterling Law QLD

District Court permanently stays Volkers prosecution — Sterling Law QLD

The facts On 26 March 2002, Scott Volkers was arrested in relation to alleged indecently dealing of a 12 year old female swimmer in 1987. On 16 June 2002, Volkers was charged with indecently dealing of a 13 year old female swimmer in 1984 and 1985. On 25 July 2002, he was committed to stand…

via District Court permanently stays Volkers prosecution — Sterling Law QLD

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