Which statement is true about sentencing in NSW?
The Antarctic Treaty forbids mining in Antarctica. The US, a signatory to the Treaty, decides to commence drilling for oil in Antarctica. Australia disputes this action and refers the matter to the UN. In which court would this dispute be heard?
Which of the following is an example of situational crime prevention?
When is a victim impact statement presented in court?
The right to work is protected under which international law?
How does the concept of doli incapax apply to Sinclair in relation to these offences?
Justin is given the opportunity to apologise to the person whose shop he vandalised. What is this called?
Which of the following does legal aid in NSW attempt to achieve?
Monty is given a two year suspended sentence for assault. What circumstances are associated with such a sentence?
Which of the following factors affecting criminal behaviour are most likely the cause of Samuel and Andrew’s actions?
What is the purpose of cross examination of a witness in a criminal trial?
Who can appeal a sentence?
Amir, a Malaysian citizen, is wanted in Australia to face charges of people smuggling. He is arrested in a Malay fishing village by local authorities. Which of the following statements is true?
Which of the following best describes Andrew’s degree of involvement in criminal behaviour?
Under which offences might Samuel be prosecuted for operating this website?