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QLD Traffic Law

For many people, keeping their licence is important if they are to maintain their current employment. For other people, limiting any disqualification period is critical.

For example, people who are self employed and require their licence to attend to their employment, will be anxious to ensure that any period of disqualification is minimal, or alternatively, they will want to know if they qualify for a Work Licence or a Special Hardship Order

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White Collar Crime

The Australian Securities Investment Corporation (“ASIC”) investigations can be complex and take place over a considerable period of time. They can involve compulsory interviews for people suspected of committing offences. This could include company directors and accountants.

If you or anybody in your corporation are subject to an investigation of this type, the earlier you seek legal representation, the better. Often, in our experience, negotiations at an early stage have led to favourable outcomes for people under investigation.

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Drugs and Violence

Drug charges can range from the possession of small quantities of drugs, to trafficking of large commercial quantities and relate to cannabis, methamphetamine (Ice), heroin, GHB and cocaine.

Whatever the charge, a finding of guilty in relation to drug charges is highly undesirable. It is important that you speak to an experienced drug offence lawyer prior to making any formal record of interview.

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Howden Saggers have offices conveniently located in Brisbane City and at Southport on the Gold Coast. We would welcome the opportunity to discuss your criminal matter further. Contact us today to speak to one of our criminal defence lawyers.


Changing The Face of Youth Justice Laws

Considered ‘children’ in every aspect of life except criminal proceedings, there is new hope for seventeen year olds facing the justice system. Still not old enough to vote, drink alcohol or sign a contract, in Queensland seventeen year old offenders continue to be...

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Anti-Smoking Law Amendments in Queensland

Tobacco laws in Queensland are aimed at promoting a culture that will support smokers trying to quit, will reduce non-smokers exposure to second-hand smoke, and also discourage children from taking up the habit of smoking. Research has shown that creating no-smoking...

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Pokemon a No Go on our roads

Earlier this month, the mobile app ‘Pokemon Go’ was released and has recently passed 15 million downloads worldwide, having more active users than other popular apps like Twitter and Tinder. Pokemon Go allows users to catch, train and battle the famous monsters in the...

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Youth Justice Amendments

The Queensland Government has recently flagged amendments to the State’s youth justice regime, with the Youth Justice and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2016 currently at the committee stage. read more

Proposed changes to Bikie laws

On 31 March, the Taskforce on Organised Crime Legislation handed its report to Attorney-General Yvette D’Aath. The Taskforce was entrusted to review a raft of legislation passed in 2013 by the former Newman Government, the most prominent of which was the Vicious...

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Legal cannabis? Could it happen?

The Queensland Government has recently announced a proposed Bill to legalise medicinal marijuana, which Premier Anastacia Palaszczuk says represents “the most progressive laws in the country". The Public Health (Medicinal Cannabis) Bill 2016 was made available to the...

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Things to know about PUBLIC NUISANCE

Public nuisance It’s easy to go out on a weekend, have a little too much alcohol, and ultimately be charged with public nuisance. Please keep in mind that you can be charged if you commit the following behaviour in a public place: Public nuisance offences (this...

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Understanding the DV Court

Understanding the DV court Recently our office helped organise a legal education session with a local Magistrate on the Gold Coast. The subject was 'Understanding the Domestic Violence Court'. The event was a great success with approximately 63 practitioners in...

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