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70 Kilos of Drugs Seized from Outdoor Furniture

The joint operation of the Australian Federal Police and the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service intercepted a 70 kilogram ice bust found in furniture that was shipped from Hong Kong. According to the authorities, the worth of said methamphetamine can reach up to $42...

Getting Tasered

An inquest in to the death of Brazilian student Roberto Laudisio Curti began today in Sydney and heard accounts of those events that led to Police using a Taser on him 14 times, which resulted in his death. Michael Bosscher talks exclusively with Dan Toombs Listen below...

Deaf Man Released on Bail after Attempted Rape

A 42-year old deaf man from Nundah was released after an attempted rape case was filed against him on the Brisbane Magistrates Court. The crime happened on a Wednesday night. The victim, who refused to be named, was on her way to home from work. It...

Trafficking in Drugs

Bosscher Lawyers is representing a number of people charged with trafficking in drugs. FORTY people have been arrested on 130 drug related charges during a two day police operation on the Sunshine Coast. Police raided properties and homes across the Coast yesterday, as part of the second...

Your right to silence – Going, Going, Gone?

The State Government of New South Wales recently announced an intention to alter the law that has for centuries provided community members the protection of the right to silence. The proposed changes are a cynical attempt to abolish the right to silence by actively discouraging...

Justice is simply a matter of perception

The fallout from the recent decision of the High Court of Australia in Patel v The Queen has highlighted the fact that “justice” is a construct of perception and certainly in legal terms is not an absolute. Dr. Patel was granted bail after the High Court...