Category: Property Offences

What you need to know about hunting on private property

Where can you hunt? Private property, whether it is your own or another person’s, is the only place you can legally hunt. If you wish to hunt on private land that is not your own, you must seek and obtain the permission of the landowner first. If you do not seek the permission of theContinue Reading

What to do if you’re caught shoplifting

Are you concerned about being caught shoplifting in Brisbane? It can be an intense experience, and you would likely experience a great deal of fear, shame, and humiliation. This can mean making mistakes which could cost you dearly when it comes to your future.

What is Wilful Damage?

Wilful Damage is broadly defined as the intentional ‘destruction or defacement of public, commercial and private property’.

Penalties and outcomes for possession of an illegal firearm in Queensland

To understand weapons law and legislation in Australia, you have to go back to the 1990s when the Weapons Act became the law of the land.

What are the differences between stealing, robbery and burglary in Queensland?

On the surface, stealing, robbery and burglary seem incredibly similar. In reality, these offences have major differences – including penalties.

How and for what reason can I adjourn a Queensland court date?

Your Queensland court date, while important, can be adjourned if you have a good reason for doing so and you follow the right processes.

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