Shaken Baby Syndrome – Prosecutions on the rise.

Controversy over Shaken Baby Syndrome and its diagnosis has continued to rage in courtrooms throughout the world over the past couple of decades.
Luke McMahon looks into evidence, defences and convictions in Victoria.

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ADLA Conference 2015 speaker – Paul Higham, Victorian Bar – Commissions, enquiries and derivative use

Written by Amelia Ramsay. Solicitor, Doogue + George Defence Lawyers. His areas of expertise include criminal defence, corporate corruption and compliance,…

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ADLA Conference 2015 speaker – Dr. Bradley Shatz Digital Forensics Expert – Digital data and criminal investigations

Written by Doogue + George Defence Lawyers. Recent events, such as Edward Snowden’s divulging of the surveillance apparatuses being run by…

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Dear Victoria Police: As many emails as it takes.

There is a disturbing practice emerging from within Victoria Police. One that sees our clients’ fundamental rights to know the…

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Social media and the criminal justice system – Friend or foe?

  Since the tragic murder of Jill Meagher last week, social media – in particular its impact upon the criminal…

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The High Court appeal dismissal that didn’t make the news on August 15th 2012

Written by Bill Doogue. Partner, Doogue + George Defence Lawyers Yesterday there was an enormous amount of media coverage of…

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Understanding the basics of drug testing reports

Guest post by Dr. Michael Robertson – Independent Forensic Consulting Dr. Robertson is a forensic toxicologist at Independent Forensic Consulting…

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Drug and alcohol testing – Establishing impairment

Guest post by Dr. Michael Robertson – Independent Forensic Consulting Dr. Robertson is a forensic toxicologist at Independent Forensic Consulting…

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