Like every industry in Australia, the COVID-19 pandemic has led to changes in the way that criminal and traffic matters are dealt with in NSW. Brady and Associates are staying up to date. Here’s what you need to know about the latest changes: You can still be charged with a criminal or traffic offence in…
Today marks the end of Sydney’s controversial Lockout Laws for the Sydney CBD and Oxford Street. The laws still remain for the Kings Cross Area. From the 14/1/2020 people are able to enter licenced venues on Oxford Street and in the CBD after 1:30am. Along with this, restrictions on serving cocktails, shots and drinks served…
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from all of us at Brady and Associates Lawyers! Our office will be closed from 23/12/2019 until 7/1/2020. We will see you in the new year!
In NSW, when a person is charged with an offence, the Police make a decision as to whether the person should be released into the community prior to their trial or Sentence.
Last Thursday the rule regarding slowing down to 40km/hr when passing an emergency vehicle on the side of the road was changed. What Is the ‘Slow Down, Move Over’ Rule? First introduced in September …
Drug possession and supply is a tricky topic to understand. With so much talk around drug use at Festivals and increased Police presence at these events, it is important to know your rights and how to….
In New South Wales there has been an overall rise in the amount of prisoners in gaol. Did you know that as of March 2018 there were 13,494 prisoners in NSW. This means that the overall prison population in NSW has increased by 4.2 percent in the 12 months prior to this.
Buying or selling your home is often the most important financial decision you might make.
We will make sure it all goes through smoothly and that your interests are well protected from Contract to Settlement.
Thinking about provisional drink driving, did you know that if you are a provisional driver you must maintain a blood alcohol content of 0.00. Drivers that are teaching L-Platers to drive must maintain a blood alcohol content under 0.05.
In September 2018 the New South Wales Government introduced their harshest laws yet regarding mobile phone use while driving. Under the new legislation drivers who are caught illegally using phones will face five demerit points which is an increase from the previous penalty of four demerit points.