The 5 Cases Podcast - Episode 5
Legal Aid NSW Criminal Law Division
by Legal Aid NSW
3M ago
A podcast series by Caitlin Akthar, Sophie Anderson and Paul Coady, with some special guests.   Each episode will summarise 5 cases relevant to criminal lawyers in NSW.   In this episode, Sophie and Caitlin highlight the following cases: Elwood v Director of Public Prosecutions [2023] NSWSC 772 Tuxford v Director of Public Prosecutions [2023] NSWSC 1300 R v DK [2023] NSWCCA 281 McNamara v The King [2023] HCA 36 R (NSW Police) v Mainfreight Pty Ltd [2023] NSWDC 459   If you wish to reach out with comments or suggestions for future episodes, the hosts can be contacted on ..read more
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The 5 Cases Podcast - Episode 4
Legal Aid NSW Criminal Law Division
by Legal Aid NSW
5M ago
A podcast series by Paul Coady, Caitlin Akthar and Sophie Anderson, with some special guests. Each episode will summarise 5 cases relevant to criminal lawyers in NSW.   In this episode, Caitlin and Paul highlight the following cases: ZXT (a pseudonym) v R [2023] NSWCCA 222 TM v R [2023] NSWCCA 185 Waldron v R [2023] NSWCCA 128 Ngo v R [2023] NSWCCA 201 Darlington v Director of Public Prosecutions (NSW) [2023] NSWSC 1139   If you wish to reach out with comments or suggestions for future episodes, the hosts can be contacted on: 5casespodcast@gmail.com ..read more
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The 5 case Podcast Episode 3
Legal Aid NSW Criminal Law Division
by Legal Aid NSW
5M ago
A podcast series by Paul Coady, Caitlin Akthar and Sophie Anderson, with some special guests. Each episode will summarise 5 cases relevant to criminal lawyers in NSW.   In this episode Paul and Sophie highlight the following cases: BDO v The Queen [2023] HCA 16 AB v R [2023] NSWCCA 165 XU v R [2023] NSWCCA 93 Al-Salmani v King [2023] NSWCCA 83 Commissioner of Police, NSW Police Force v Alahmad [2023] NSWSC 762   host can be contacted on: 5casespodcast@gmail.com ..read more
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The 5 cases Podcast Episode 2
Legal Aid NSW Criminal Law Division
by Legal Aid NSW
8M ago
A podcast series by Paul Coady, Caitlin Akthar and Sophie Anderson, with some special guests. Each episode will summarise 5 cases relevant to criminal lawyers in NSW. In this episode Caitlin and Sophie highlight the following cases: R v Dyson [2023] NSWCCA 132 Ritchie v R [2023] NSWCCA 153 AD v State of NSW [2023] NSWCA 115 McQuillan v R (No 2) [2023] NSWSC 443 Commissioner of Police v Walker [2023] NSWSC 539   The hosts can be contacted on: 5casespodcast@gmail.com ..read more
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Yarning with an inmate: a perspective from inside
Legal Aid NSW Criminal Law Division
by Legal Aid NSW
8M ago
Disclaimer: the views in this podcast may not reflect the views of Legal Aid NSW. This podcast contains reference to drug use, violence and trauma, listener discretion is advised. Cody Baxter sits down with Brad, a Dharug and Kamilaroi man, father and former inmate. Brad shares his experience of being a young Aboriginal man in custody, advice for lawyers when working with clients in custody and his perspective of the legal system ..read more
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The 5 cases Podcast: Episode 1
Legal Aid NSW Criminal Law Division
by Legal Aid NSW
9M ago
A podcast by Paul Coady, Caitlin Akthar and Sophie Anderson, with some special guests. Each episode will summarise 5 cases relevant to criminal lawyers in NSW. In this episode Paul and Caitlin highlight the following cases: BA v King [2023] HCA 14 PJ v R [2023] NSWCCA 105 Zheng v R [2023] NSWCCA 64 Lawrence v R [2023] NSWCCA 110 DPP v Rotumah [2022] VCC 1532 ..read more
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Prosecution Disclosure (and non-disclosure) in Criminal Matters - June 2018, paper by Felicity Graham & Stephen Lawrence
Legal Aid NSW Criminal Law Division
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3y ago
This paper, written by Barrister's Felicity Graham and Stephen Lawrence, discusses the following in relation to disclosure obligations in criminal maters: 1. Common law principles governing disclosure in criminal matters. 2. Legislation provisions and their different effects. 3. Various sources of policy, practice and procedure that operate in addition to common law and statute which also work to ensure appropriate disclosure occurs. 5. Various mechanisms available to accused persons to obtain or compel disclosure. 6. The approach of appellate courts when a failure of disclosure is raised on a ..read more
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Understanding Prosecution Disclosure Obligations by Emma Bayley, Solicitor
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3y ago
In this paper, solicitor Emma Bayley reviews the nature and scope of the disclosure obligations of the prosecution, for a better understanding by both prosecutors and defence ..read more
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"A practical guide to sentence in the Local Court"
Legal Aid NSW Criminal Law Division
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3y ago
“A practical guide to sentences in the Local Court” - a podcast which does exactly what the title says! This excellent informative conversation style podcast is between Robyn and Anna which unpacks what to do to prepare for a plea in mitigation in the Local Court. NOTE: There are several complimentary materials which it is highly recommended that you read before or whilst listening to this podcast. Here is the link Robyn and Anna have combined extensive experience in practising in solely in criminal law and are during this podcast they provide an insightful and excellent guide to what to do, s ..read more
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CHILD SEXUAL ASSAULT PILOT MATTERS: Practice, protocols, procedures and points of difference to other trial matters
Legal Aid NSW Criminal Law Division
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3y ago
This Podcast is all about CHILD SEXUAL ASSAULT PILOT MATTERS: Practice, protocols, procedures and points of difference to other trial matters. This podcast covers all the practical information you need about these matters. Helen Shaw is a senior solicitor in Team 2 of the Criminal Indictable Section in head office at Legal Aid. Helen was admitted as a solicitor in 1998 and has practised predominantly in the area of criminal indictable matters in both private practice and at Legal Aid. Helen has instructed counsel in numerous “pilot” trial matters since their introduction at Sydney and Newcastl ..read more
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