Whether an intervention order appears on your police check largely depends on what the order is for. Read on to learn more about intervention orders and police checks.
Strict liability crimes only require proof that an event happened – no intent is needed. However, you can still build a legal defence against strict liability.
They say all are innocent until proven guilty – but exactly how much proof is needed for a charge? Here, we explore the ins and outs of evidence.
On the surface, stealing, robbery and burglary seem incredibly similar. In reality, these offences have major differences – including penalties.
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.