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- dangerous driving and serious traffic violations;
- drug possession, drug trafficking and drug manufacture;
- assault, common assault, sexual assault and grievous bodily harm;
- fraud, corporate fraud and stealing;
- murder and manslaughter;
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Spending Serious Convictions (WA)
If you have criminal convictions that are more than 10 years old, you can apply for an order to have them declared spent pursuant to Section 6(1) of the Spent Convictions Act 1988 (WA). Old convictions are classed as either “serious convictions” or “lesser convictions”. How you apply for an old conviction to be spent…
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The Defence of Intoxication Using Intoxication as a defence in WA is governed by the Criminal Code Act Compilation Act 1913 (WA) (‘the Code’). That section operates in conjunction with section 27 of the Code, which deals with the defence of Insanity in WA. The two sections operating together provide for the circumstances when Insanity…
The Criminal Trial Process In WA
Offences and Courts Defending a charge in a criminal trial can be a very daunting experience, particularly when the person charged is unfamiliar with the criminal justice system. Trials can be heard in the Magistrates, District, or Supreme Court. The court in which a trial is heard usually depends on the severity of the offence. For…
Intoxication Pleas: Fraught With Peril
The Defence In the quarter century over which I’ve been practising in the criminal law, I have literally lost count of the clients whose primary explanation for their actions is “I was drunk/stoned or both”. Whilst intoxication may explain a multitude of behaviours in society, does it afford a defence at law? If so, is…