Michael Moussa

Michael Moussa
Member since May 20, 2019

by Michael Moussa on Aug 19, 2019

Business

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  If you have been alleged you have committed of a sexual offence, you may benefit from the advice of the criminal lawyers in Burwood. In New South Wales, sexual assault is typically an offence that prosecuted successfully. A skilled lawyer will inevitably assist. Criminal offences are divided into two categories, such as summary offences and indictable offences. Sexual intercourse without consent, for example, falls into the category of indictable offences (serious), and the punishment can be severe if you are found guilty.  If you have been charged with a sexual assault, it is essential to get assistance from a skilled lawyer to represent you. However, your options include:  - Representing yourself;  - If you qualify, you have legal aid pay your legal fees; or  - You can hire a private criminal lawyer  WHY IS REPRESENTING YOURSELF A BAD IDEA?  Representing yourself in the court may seem a good idea, but you need to weigh the positives and ... Continue reading →

by Michael Moussa on Aug 19, 2019

Business

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  It certainly can if your contract of employment requires you to have a license to drive a vehicle. It might also impact on opportunities to organisations like the NSW Police Force as the loss of licence will show up in the background suitability check.  There is no such thing as a Work Licence in New South Wales. We do have a Good Behaviour Licence that is potentially available to you if you have an unrestricted NSW driver licence and you've received a notice of suspension due to excessive demerit points.  In this case you may apply for a 12 -month Good Behaviour Licences. It can be applied for online through Service New South Wales. It may be that it is worth challenging a ticket in court in which case the assistance of traffic lawyers Blacktown may prove invaluable.  The author is the Principal of one of the best criminal lawyers in Blacktown. Along with a team of skilled professional, he provides his clients with sound and timely advice that ... Continue reading →

by Michael Moussa on Aug 19, 2019

Business

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  Short answer is "yes, you do need a lawyer if you are charged with domestic violence offences." Although the discourse on violence is quite gendered these days, and violence occurs in all gender parings, overwhelmingly, the violence that makes the media is male perpetrator and female victim.  According to the National Homicide Monitoring Program Report, "On average, one woman a week is murdered by her current or former partner." The statistics are horrific and the legislators and criminal justice system are responding with increasingly draconian penalties and gaol terms. Convictions involving domestic violence are now labelled as such on your criminal history. If you are going through family law, a conviction for violence or a breach of an Apprehended Domestic Violence Order could work against you.  When dealing with allegations of violence you may be faced with false allegations or be dealing with an incident that occurred by accident or in ... Continue reading →

by Michael Moussa on Aug 16, 2019

Business

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  If you plead or are found guilty of an offence, the Court has a range of sentencing options from fines to full time gaol. In 2018, there were significant changes to sentencing procedure. Based on the idea that community supervision and intervention programs are more preventing re-offending than gaol terms imposed by the Local Court. For more detailed advice call criminal lawyers in Sydney  What Community Based Sentencing Options are there Now?  The Intensive Correction Order remains although it is somewhat changed but the Court now has access to a Community Corrections Order (CCO) and a Community Release Order (CRO). They are both “non-custodial” orders.  The CRO can be imposed with or without a conviction and last up to two years. The CCO can only be imposed for an offence that carries a term of imprisonment and can last up to three years.  Things the Court needs to consider in deciding whether to impose a conviction are set out in s9(2) of ... Continue reading →

by Michael Moussa on Aug 9, 2019

Business

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  Traffic offences occur when a driver or rider of a vehicle or even a passenger in a vehicle, breaks the law. Some offences must occur on a road or a “road related area.” The definition of Road Related Area is broad and includes parking lots, streets, areas that divide roads, nature strips, and areas designed to be shared with cycles and animals.  Types of offence range from parking violations, to speeding, driving with drugs or alcohol in your system, driving with a prescribed concentration of alcohol (low, mid and high range) to causing injury and death. It is also an offence to refuse a breath test or to drive whilst disqualified or suspended.  Penalties can range from fines to loss of licence at the roadside or later in Court, impounding of cars, criminal convictions and gaol terms. At the upper end, they can be life changing and result in loss of livelihood and home. The range off offences and penalties is so varied that it is essential to have good ... Continue reading →

by Michael Moussa on Aug 9, 2019

News and Society

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  Drink driving is a serious problem in Australia with a high percentage of all deaths on our roads linked to the behaviour. In response to the problem the laws and penalties have become increasingly severe to try and stop the deaths. As of May 2019 a license can be suspended by police roadside even for first or low range offences.  First time lower range offences will have a three month suspension and a fine. A second or subsequent offence in five years sees licence disqualification a mandatory imposition of an Interlock device for a minimum of 12 months and up to 48 months. The length of disqualification, time with the Interlock device and the amount of the fine is dependent on the severity of the breach.  Refusing to undergo Breath Analysis will not allow the police to determine your blood alcohol level and will see you charged with Driving Under the Influence (DUI) rather than a Prescribed Concentration of Alcohol (PCA). The penalties for DUI are the same as for ... Continue reading →

by Michael Moussa on Aug 8, 2019

Business

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  Facing criminal charges in Australia can be stressful complicated for the inexperienced. There are a number of State Criminal Courts. Most criminal matters are dealt with “summarily” in the Local Court. The Local Court also sits as Children’s Court. More serious “Indictable” matters are dealt with in the higher District and Supreme Courts.  The Justice System  We have a system of Commonwealth and State based legislation. A crime is committed when a person breaks the law by committing an offence against a victim(s) or the community. The laws sets out what behaviour makes an offences and sets out the penalties available to Judges and Magistrates.  If you have been charged with an offence it means you may have breached one of the lawsso it is essential to seek the advice of criminal lawyers in Parramatta. For drink driving matters, you need advice from drink driving lawyers in Parramatta.  Types of Court  Local Court ... Continue reading →

by Michael Moussa on Aug 8, 2019

Business

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  Being charged with a crime can have you fighting for your reputation and sometimes even your liberty. A criminal conviction can damage your personal and professional reputation. A charge or conviction can even stop you travelling to some countries because you fail their character requirements. Police will investigate an allegation and charge an accused if they form the view that the evidence supports the charge.  Police don’t always get it right, nobody does. Not everyone who reports to police gives them the right information, sometimes by accident and sometimes people deliberately make false claims to trigger an investigation and charges. An example would be wrongfully accusing someone of family violence or sexually assaulting a child in the context of family law proceedings. Allegations of this type can have lifechanging consequences.  You will most likely find out about criminal allegations when the police contact either by way of arrest or an invitation to ... Continue reading →

by Michael Moussa on Jun 20, 2019

Business

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  When driving on the road, it is easy to get distracted or make small mistakes which result in a traffic violation. Some common driving offences include speeding, fail to stop at red light, drink driving and hit and run. Dealing with traffic infringements can be very onerous, tedious or stressful. We advise you always hire traffic lawyers in Parramatta to assist you. Here are 3 true benefits of hiring a traffic offence lawyer:  Traffic Laws Can Be Confusing: Traffic laws are not as simple as one might think. Traffic offences are strict liability offences, meaning that the Court must only find that the defendant committed the offence, not that they intended to, in order to make a finding of guilt. When you hire proficient criminal lawyers in Parramatta, their wealth of knowledge and experience can assist you to get the best result possible, reducing culpability and relieving you of a criminal record.  Getting Evidence:  Evidence that you committed ... Continue reading →

by Michael Moussa on Jun 19, 2019

Legal

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<img src="https://i.ibb.co/LxZT6N1/Criminal-Lawyers-in-Sydney.jpg" alt="Criminal-Lawyers-in-Sydney" title="Criminal Lawyers in Sydney"> If someone is charged with an offence, depending on what the offence is, that person can either be released with or without bail with a Court Attendance Notice, or be held on remand (in custody) if the charging officer decides that bail should be refused. Here are some common questions about bail answered by <a href="https://www.nationalcriminallawyers.com.au/" target="_blank">criminal lawyers in Sydney</a> for you: <b>Who is Qualified to Get Bail?</b> Depending on the offence you are charged with, you may or may not have to ‘show cause’. This is a requirement for offences which come under section 16B of the Bail Act 2013 (NSW). This section outlines serious offences that are punishable by imprisonment for life, sexual offences, serious personal violence ... Continue reading →

by Michael Moussa on May 20, 2019

Legal

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The Australian Government has a strict, anti-drug policy in place. Legislation makes it a criminal offence to possess, supply, and cultivate drugs. The Government’s conservative stance on the ‘war on drugs’ has made it near impossible to implement harm reduction methods of addressing issues in drug use, such as pill testing at music festivals. The use of illicit drugs within Australian society at events such as social gatherings, festivals, and casual use is quite prevalent. The use of illicit substances is nothing new but has historically led to public health issues such as addiction, which can lead to engaging in criminal activity, and even homelessness. The methylamphetamine (‘ice’) epidemic has caused great grief to many Australian families in recent years. On the global scale, use of the drug cocaine, for example, contributes directly to the hardship suffered by people in predominantly Latin American countries. No matter where you are positioned in ... Continue reading →

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