Being charged for a criminal offence can be complex – here, we break down the different methods of charge and the various avenues of proceedings.
In Queensland, most crimes are tried under state legislation. For some offences, Commonwealth law comes into the mix – here’s what you need to know.
Fraud charges in Queensland can be both civil or criminal – here’s a definitive guide from Russo Lawyers on the legal differences between the two.
Here’s a quick guide to unlawful assault in Queensland, covering what it is, the different penalties and what you need to know about defending yourself.
Depending on the factors of the offence and your criminal history, the Queensland Court may choose to exercise direction and not record a criminal conviction.
Drink driving is a prominent offence in Queensland – but is operating a vehicle after consuming alcohol a traffic offence or does it appear on your criminal record?
Protection Orders help victims of family violence – but the need for these measures can change. If so, how can you make changes to a QLD domestic violence order?
Queenslanders have specific legal rights when it comes to police searching their home – here’s a guide to ensuring everything is done by the book.
Family violence and domestic abuse are used interchangeably – but are they the same criminal offence? And how should you respond to a case made against you?
Your Queensland court date, while important, can be adjourned if you have a good reason for doing so and you follow the right processes.