Violence made to order for lawyers
COURT orders designed to prevent violence have created a new industry for
lawyers and added to the burden of police and magistrates, according to
Trevor Nyman, a prominent solicitor.
About the author: Trevor Nyman is an Accredited Specialist in Criminal Law and adjunct professor at University of Technology, Sydney. He is a foundation member of the Criminal Law Committee and supervising editor of the College of Law papers on crime and advocacy. SINCE 1951 THERE HAVE BEEN provisions in the NSW Crimes Act for […]