Highly decorated former soldier Ben Roberts-Smith VC MG sued on 16 media stories that collectively alleged among other things that he had murdered civilians in Afghanistan and committed an act of domestic violence against a woman in the Federal Court of Australia.
Continue reading “Ben Roberts-Smith appeals defamation defeat”
Newcastle based YouTube personality Isaac Butterfield is being taken to Court for making jokes which some people found offensive.
Long time readers of this website may not be surprised to know that the pro-pedophile ‘Human Rights’ Commission has been involved in this push to supress the human right of free speech.
In this topsy-turvy world in which we live in, don’t be surprised if Liberty Victoria, supposedly a civil liberties organisation, sides with those who are complaining against Isaac Butterfield’s civil liberties.
“War is peace / freedom is slavery [and] ignorance is strength”, as George Orwell warned us many many years ago.
For the last 4 years, we doggedly pursued a claim on behalf of a client who was kicked by a horse.
By the time our client saw a solicitor of our firm, he had been denied WorkCover because on review it was determined he was not a worker within section 11 of the Workers’ Compensation and Rehabilitation Act 2003. Things were looking very grim. It seemed that there was no way for our client to access compensation or any damages.
Continue reading “Sterling Law secures indemnity costs order against QBE”
Highly decorated former soldier Ben Roberts-Smith VC MG was the subject of 16 media stories that collectively alleged among other things that he had murdered civilians in Afghanistan and committed an act of domestic violence against a woman.
Continue reading “Ben Roberts-Smith loses defamation case on contextual truth”
Cathie Allen led the DNA lab that was plagued by scandal as a result of a decision taken in 2018 to test DNA samples in a way that resulted in low-level DNA samples being deemed as “DNA insufficient for further processing” and often led to inconclusive results.
Last year, Allen had recommended low-level DNA samples should go straight to amplification rather than be micro-concentrated which was widely considered to be best practice in order to cover her tracks.
The whistle was blown at Queensland’s Forensic and Scientific Services lab in 2021 and eventually led to the commission of inquiry headed by Walter Sofronoff KC.
Continue reading “Lying lab boss Cathie Allen belatedly sacked”
Former rugby league star Jarryd Hayne has been sentenced to four years and nine months imprisonment for sexually assaulting a woman in Newcastle.
Hayne’s previous conviction was set aside on appeal with a re-trial ordered.
In 2018, this blog reported that criminal lawyer Adam Raydon Magill from the firm Lawler Magill was one of a few lawyers charged with defrauding Legal Aid Queensland and laundering money for “serious and organised crime”.
Subsequently, he was granted bail on strict conditions on his own undertakings. Continue reading “Criminal solicitor struck off for series of bail breaches”
Last week, Jarryd Hayne was again found guilty of sexual assault in Newcastle on the evening of the 2018 grand final by a jury.
Continue reading “Jarryd Hayne imprisoned after sexual assault convictions”
Former rugby league superstar Jarryd Hayne has been found guilty of sexually assaulting a woman in Newcastle for the second time.
Continue reading “Jarryd Hayne again found guilty of sexual assault”
Former Adass Israel School school principal Malka Leifer has been found guilty of six charges of rape, six charges of indecent assault, three charges of sexual penetration of a 16 or 17-year-old and three charges of indecent act with a 16 or 17-year-old.
Continue reading “Former Melbourne school principal Malka Leifer convicted of 18 counts of sexual offences”