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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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The Defence of Intoxication (WA)
The criminal law in Western Australia provides for a defence of intoxication to be used in very limited circumstances. A person who is intoxicated to the point of being unable to understand what they are doing has a defence to a criminal charge only if their intoxication is involuntary. This means that if a person…
Court Appearances and COVID-19 (WA)
Each Australian state and territory has made different changes to its court processes due to the COVID-19 crisis. While some jurisdictions have adjourned all but the most urgent court matters, others are continuing to operate their courts but doing so in a way that incorporates social distancing requirements set out by health departments. This article…
Reparation Orders (WA)
When dealing with a person who has been found guilty of criminal offences, courts may impose reparation orders. A reparation order is made in addition to (not as part of) the sentence imposed on an offender. Reparation Orders are governed by Part 16 of the Sentencing Act 1995, which provides that courts may impose two types of…
Sex Work and the Law (WA)
Under the Prostitution Act 2000, it is illegal to carry out street-based sex work in Western Australia and most prostitution-related activities are illegal. However, the act of prostitution itself is not against the law in WA. Brothels are illegal under the West Australian Criminal Code but there are no laws prohibiting escort agencies. Numerous prostitution…