Queensland is renowned for many things, including its fantastic climate, beautiful beaches and resorts. Collectively these attributes make the ‘Sunshine State’ a desirable place to live, and a… Read More »What You Need to Know About Dangerous Drugs in Queensland
Just like drink driving, drug driving can have devastating consequences. In a worst case scenario it can cause a catastrophic or fatal crash. And because it jeopardizes innocent… Read More »What You Need to Know About Drug Driving Charges
For Australians, the ability to drive legally is essential. A valid driving licence allows us to get to work and school, to get groceries, to get to the… Read More »Driving While Suspended or Disqualified in Queensland: What You Need to Know
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?
In this podcast, Grace Townsend is joined by Michael Bosscher and Alex Jones to talk about what you can and can’t do when dealing with the police.
In this podcast, Michael Bosscher is with Alex Jones and Grace Townsend to discuss about ‘the defence of mistake of fact’.
Sometimes, police seize property in the course of exercising their duties and investigating crime. If your property has been seized by police, it is important to know your… Read More »Police Powers and Responsibilities – Seized Property
In Australia, driving isn’t an entitlement or a right. It is a privilege and a responsibility that shouldn’t be taken lightly. That’s why everyone needs a licence to… Read More »Have You Been Charged with Driving Without a Licence?
In 2018, the sentencing of a Brisbane man to nearly 10 years imprisonment brought renewed attention to Queensland’s unlawful striking causing death – or “one punch can kill”… Read More »Unlawful Striking Causing Death – “One Punch Can Kill”
Everyone knows that if you are found guilty of a crime, you’re convicted of the offence. Convictions, unsurprisingly, have serious ramifications and can potentially follow you for the… Read More »What is a Conviction & How Can I Prevent it From Being Recorded?
Thanks to TV shows and pop culture, many people believe they understand how the criminal justice system works. Police shows, procedural dramas and legal adaptations tend to create… Read More »What are Your Rights under Criminal Law?
Though TV crime dramas like to glorify the loose cannon cop who doesn’t “play by the rules” and will break down a door in a heartbeat, in reality… Read More »What You Need to Know About Search Warrants
Over the last 4 years, Bosscher Lawyers have utilised their unique relationship with other organisations to assist drug offenders obtain the best possible results when sentenced by Queensland… Read More »Help with drug charges & rehabilitation for you or your loved one
A Queensland teenager had his passport cancelled after an Australian Security and Intelligence Organisation assessment found he travelled to Syria to engage in “politically motivated violence” or commit… Read More »Oliver Bridgeman’s Lawyer Argues Evidence is ‘Incapable of Rationally Supporting’ Conclusions
Two men were ‘effectively caught red-handed’ trying to extract millions of dollars worth of heroin concealed in two decorative wooden altars, a Queensland court has heard. The trial… Read More »Trial Starts for Accused Men Charged with Possession of Commercial Quantity of Heroin