Police v DB: Property offence charges defended by our criminal lawyers

Property offence charges defended by our criminal lawyers

Objection! Dismissal of illegal admissions in goods in custody case

The defence objected to certain admissions made by the young person as he made those admissions in the absence of a support person. Those admissions were excluded. We argued that at the close of the prosecution case, there was no evidence that could give rise to a reasonable suspicion that the item was stolen or otherwise unlawfully obtained. The charge was dismissed.


“Thanks Peter. My friend really did give me that iPod and I honestly had no idea that it may have been stolen. The police were just picking on me.”


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Sydney NSW 2000

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