Sexual Assault Charges – Withdrawn – Melbourne Magistrates Court Sexual Assault Charges: Rape x1 Sexual assault x 1 Unlawful assault x 1 Sexual Assault Charges Penalties: The offence of rape has always been considered one of the most serious of criminal offences in Australia. Section
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Diversion For Sexual Assault – Diversion Dandenong Magistrates’ Court Diversion For Sexual Assault Charges: Section 40 Crimes Act 1958 – Sexual Assault Section 23 Summary Offences Act 1966 – Unlawful Assault Diversion For Sexual Assault Facts: Our client worked in a warehouse as a supervisor.
Sexual Assault Charges Geelong – Section 40 Crimes Act – Case Study: Sexual Assault Charges Geelong -Section 40 Crimes Act The Charges: The client was charged with section 47(1) Indecent Act and section 39(1) Indecent Assault of the Crimes Act 1958. Both these sections were
Sexual Assault Charges Dandenong – Not Guilty Dandenong Magistrates Court Sexual Assault Charges Dandenong: Section 40 Crimes Act 1958 – Sexual Assault Sexual Assault Charges Dandenong Facts: Our client worked in the medical field. These allegations arose from a complaint from a patient who
Indecent Assault Allegations Victoria Indecent Assault Allegations The Charges: The client was charged with section 47(1) Indecent Act and section 39(1) Indecent Assault of the Crimes Act 1958. Both these sections were repealed following the July 2017 Amendments to the Crimes Act. They have been
Case Study- Indecent Assault – Section 39 of the Crimes Act 1958 Criminal Defence Lawyer Nancy Grunwald Charge: Indecent Assault- s. 39(1) Crimes Act 1958 The client was charged under the old Crimes Act 1958, in relation to the offence of Indecent Assault. The new (and current)
Charges: Section 40(1) of the Crimes Act, sexual assault, touching the complainant on the bottom Section 40(1) of the Crimes Act, sexual assault, touching the complainant on the breasts Section 40(1) of the Crimes Act, sexual assault, kissing the complainant in circumstances where the accused
INDECENT ASSAULT LAWYERS | SEX OFFENCE| RAPE OFFENCE Introduction If you have been charged with a sex offence, you will need to talk to an indecent assault lawyer immediately. Indecent assault (or sexual assault), sexual abuse, indecent assault against children and rape are all very
Charges: Possess Child Pornography, Use Carriage Service to Access. If you have been charged with sex offences such as possession of child pornography then you should seek advice from one of our sex offence lawyers in Melbourne. Below is a case study handled by Dribbin &
Possession of Child Pornography, Accessing Child Pornography If you have been charged with the above offences or any offence relating to sex offences, you should call our office to speak to one of our Melbourne sex offence experts. Below is a case study involving a sex
If you have been charged with a sexual related offence, you should seek advice from an experienced indecent assault lawyer in Melbourne. Below is an example of an indecent assault case handled by Dribbin & Brown Criminal Lawyers. Charges Indecent Assault with 16 Year Old Child
Case Study Indecent Assault with a Child Under the Age of 16 Indecent Assault with 16 Year Old Child x 3 Charges Facts The client had a nine-year-old step-daughter. On two separate occasions, whilst the child pretended to be asleep, the client made her touch
Multiple Breaches of the Sex Offender Registration Act Charges The client was charged with 6 breaches of the Sex Offender Register. Facts The client was facing a term of imprisonment as his conduct indicated a complete disregard for not only his obligations under the Register
Charges: Breach of Sex Offenders Registration Act section 46.
Facts: The client was on the registry for seven years. About five years into registration he bought a trail bike.
Charges Breach of section 46 of the Sex Offenders Registration Act. Listed at the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court. Facts It was alleged that the client had failed to notify the police that he had ceased working for a particular employer, one of the requirement of the
Making Child Pornography Charges Making child pornography x 2; Stalking x 2; Install, Use or Maintain an Optical Surveillance Device to Record Visually or Observe a Private Activity to Which the Person is Not a Party, Without the Consent of Each Party to the Activity
Digital Penetration – Rape Charges Rape; Indecent Assault. Melbourne County Court. Facts The client was a massage therapist. It was alleged by the prosecution that the client had inserted his finger into the vagina of the complainant three times whilst performing a massage and massaged
Sex Offender Registration Breach Charges Failing to Comply with Reporting Obligations (section 46 of the Sex Offenders Registration Act 2004). Ringwood Magistrates’ Court. Facts The client had received a wholly suspended sentence in relation to a proven sex offence, and had been put on the
Sexual Penetration of a Minor Charges 5 charges of Committing an Indecent Act with a Minor. Moorabbin Magistrates’ Court. Facts It was alleged that around 15 years ago the client had performed a number of sexual acts with 2 sisters (not his sisters) who were
Her Honour imposed a 2 year gaol sentence wholly suspended for a period of 2 years.