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Missing Mining Magnate

Bosscher Lawyers' client, Markis Scott Turner was charged in 2011 with conspiring to import and traffic more than $20 million worth cocaine into the country, and was due to face a Brisbane Supreme Court trial on September 29 this year. But the former owner of company...

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Police, lawyers warn of risks of the citizen’s arrest

After allegedly leaving a trail of damage that stretched three kilometres, a man was brought to an abrupt halt when Ipswich residents performed a citizen's arrest on Monday morning. Police said 10 cars had been damaged during the spree, with the drama ending when the man...

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Bosscher Lawyers’ Act for Alleged Terrorist

You might recall reading about the young 18 year old man from Toowoomba, suspected of joining the fight with the Al-Nusra Front in Syria. According to news reports, his family claim that they believe he in no shape or form is fighting in that region, or...

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Your Right to Silence

A hallmark of our criminal justice system is a person's right to silence, but what does it mean in a practical sense? People being questioned by police can often feel obliged to answer all their questions. In this podcast, Bosscher Lawyers' Tim Meehan provides very useful...

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Man who raped stepdaughter gives house to girl’s mum

A man who molested his stepdaughter has signed over his house to support her and her mother while he is in jail. Bosscher Lawyers' Anna Smith told a court yesterday that her client knew he would emerge from prison with nothing and have to start again. "This...