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Queensland volunteer firefighters have no exemption from the road rules

Today’s question comes from a Queensland volunteer rural firefighter who read my post More on the Queensland Road Rules (November 26, 2012).


In that post I was considering whether a member of the Queensland Rural Fire Service when responding to an emergency call was an emergency worker, and therefor driving an emergency vehicle for the purposes of the… 3,078 more words


Serial rapist’s appeals against conviction & severe sentence dismissed

From late 2010 until April 2011, Ashraf Kamal Makary met with three young Korean women who had recently arrived in Australia and responded to an advertisement he placed on a website offering English language lessons in return for Korean lessons. 91 more words

Criminal Law

The Brett Kavanaugh Confirmation Should Be A Call to Action for Law Students

Today I am thrilled to host an open letter from the Board of BC Law’s If/When/How Chapter on the Kavanaugh confirmation, our continued support for sexual assault survivors, and what comes next in this fight. 662 more words


EU adopts tougher rules on money laundering

On Thursday 11 October, the Council adopted a new anti money laundering directive. This directive introduces new criminal law provisions which will disrupt and block access by criminals to financial resources, including those used for terrorist activities. 215 more words


Section 372 of The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973

There is always much to study in a dissenting opinion. Dissents in Constitutional Law Matters are remembered/revered – Dissents in Criminal Law Matters produce intense causes of concern. 1,161 more words

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People v. Taneo (CASE DIGEST)

People v. Taneo (CASE DIGEST)

G.R. No. L-37673

March 31, 1933

TOPICS: Criminal Law, Somnambulism, Sleep Walking, Legal Medicine


Potenciano Tadeo lived with his wife in his parent’s house. 535 more words

Case Digest