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Tracking Devices: An Update to Bail In Queensland

Tracking Devices: An Update to Bail In Queensland

Bail is at the end of the day a cornerstone of our justice system and something that the Court takes very seriously. Simply put bail is a written promise by a person to come back to court, as and when directed, and to comply with any conditions the court may impose in...
The Drug and Alcohol Court

The Drug and Alcohol Court

On the 24th day of October 2017 the Queensland Government passed the Penalties and Sentences (Drug and Alcohol Treatment Orders) and other Legislation Amendment Bill 2017. The Bill was introduced into Parliament on the 10th day of August 2017 with a view to enabling...
Client Acquitted on Double Murder

Client Acquitted on Double Murder

Howden Saggers Lawyers acted for former soldier Christopher Carter at his double murder trial in the Supreme Court at Brisbane. We briefed Melbourne’s Queens Counsel, David Brustman QC to defend Mr Carter. Prior to trial, Mr Carter had been in custody since his...
The Mental Health Act

The Mental Health Act

In March 2017, the Mental Health Act 2016 came into effect. A Magistrates Court may dismiss a complaint for a simple offence if the court is reasonably satisfied, on the balance of probabilities, that the person charged with the offence was or appears to have been of...
Magistrates Court Procedure

Magistrates Court Procedure

Common listings in criminal law matters in Queensland The Court system in Queensland for criminal matters is made up of three courts The Magistrates Court; The District Court; and The Supreme Court. Within each court and at each stage of your matter, your matter will...