When a person is convicted of an offence, whether it is a serious or relatively minor offence, the effect on their life can be profound. Even after serving… Read More »Will a Conviction Be Recorded Against Me?
Trying to resolve complaints against 1,500 police outside Queensland for the G20 is next to impossible While there will a number of New Zealand and Interstate police sent to boost… Read More »G20 Police outside Queensland to Be Exempted from Local Investigations
An individual selected to perform jury service has been ruled ineligible to serve by the Supreme Court. The individual was selected on a jury panel during the current… Read More »Jury Duty – Court Rules Juror With Hearing Impairment Ineligible to Serve
The Queensland Attorney-General Jarrod Bleijie and the Minister for Police, Fire and Emergency Services Jack Dempsey announced a state parliamentary inquiry into crime in Queensland in a joint… Read More »Parliamentary Inquiry into Queensland Crime
Criminal Lawyers Brisbane at Bosscher Lawyers was proud to continue its tradition of supporting high achieving students by presenting and sponsoring awards at the Queensland University of Technology… Read More »Bosscher Lawyers Proud to Support QUT Faculty of Law
Bosscher Lawyers solicitor Tim Meehan and barrister Angus Edwards have successfully argued for the exclusion of evidence identifying Wade Anthony Bartz as being present during an armed robbery… Read More »Facebook ID Excluded – Charges Against Bartz Dropped
Arthur Borg, 51, an IT worker employed by the Queensland Department of Education was sentenced to 18 months after pleading guilty to four charges of using the internet… Read More »IT Worker Sentenced Over Online Chat Session