Match Fixing: What is the law in respect to fraudulent sports betting activities?

Soccer stadium: A common site for match fixing   Nyman Gibson Miralis | 03.06.2016   TOPIC: Match Fixing   Keywords: Match Fixing, Anti-cheating Laws,   There is renewed focus on fraudulent sports betting activities in the wake of this week’s allegations of match-fixing. In 2011, a Canterbury Bulldogs player was fined $4000 and placed on a 12 months good…

Teenagers at a skate park

The NSW Protected Admissions Scheme for Young Offenders

Protect Admissions Scheme: Keeping young offenders out of court   Criminal Defence Lawyer | 16.09.2015   TOPIC: The NSW Protected Admissions Scheme for Young Offenders   Keywords: Law Revision, Children,    The NSW Protected Admissions Scheme for Young Offenders In mid-2014, the Protected Admissions Scheme came into operation in NSW. It is a ground breaking scheme aimed…

Malicious Prosecution

What is Malicious Prosecution?

Malicious Prosecution: prosecution through unfair means   Nyman Gibson Miralis | 15.09.2015   TOPIC: Malicious Prosecution   Keywords: Malicious Prosecution, Police, Civil Claim   From time to time, the prosecution of an alleged offence will be commenced for reasons that are far from pure. The stressors confronted by people who face criminal prosecution are substantial enough. Add…

complicity concept


Complicity: You may be liable for a crime you didn’t commit   Nyman Gibson Miralis | 23.03.2015   TOPIC: Complicity   Keywords: Complicity, Crime, Law, Liability   The concept of complicity can make a person criminally responsible for a crime physically committed by another person. So even though a person may not have directly committed the offence…