Firearms

Firearms Amnesty

The Government has recently announced a firearms amnesty, in place from 1st July to 30th September 2017. The amnesty comes over twenty years after the famous 1996 amnesty, announced by then Prime Minister John Howard, following the tragedy that occurred at Port Arthur. The 2017 amnesty is...

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Another Man Charged with the Murder of Samuel Thompson

Bosscher Lawyers are acting for Anti-Islamic State fighter Ashley Dyball who has been remanded in custody charged with murder over the disappearance of Samuel Thompson, allegedly last seen on March 7. Mr Dyball is the second man to be charged in relation to Mr Thompson’s disappearance. Roberto...

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Oliver Bridgeman – Arrest Warrant

PRESS RELEASE   OLIVER BRIDGEMAN – ARREST WARRANT Bosscher Lawyers Brisbane 3 March 2016 We are aware that the Australian Federal Police have confirmed a warrant has been issued for the arrest of Queensland teenager Oliver Bridgeman. We are aware the warrant relates to foreign incursion legislation. We understand the allegation...

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Government Cancels Oliver Bridgeman’s Passport

LAST week, Bosscher Lawyers, acting for Toowoomba teenager Oliver Bridgeman were advised the Australian Government had cancelled his passport. Mr Bridgeman was reported missing by his parents in March 2015, after failing to return home from a trip to Bali. The Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) has...

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What’s Next? Prohibition?

The Queensland Government last week announced a significant tightening of our “lockout laws”. It would seem our Government is intent on living up to Queensland’s “nanny-state” moniker. The new laws will see licensed venues enforce a “lock-out” of patrons at 1am and last drinks called at...