Western Australia’s opposition leader, Zak Kirkup unveiled a plan he believes is necessary to send a strong message to those who deal drugs. Kirkup explains the thought behind his idea is that the laws presently in place do not do enough to deter methamphetamine (meth) dealers.
The abuse of methamphetamines (more commonly known as ice or meth) in Western Australia is increasingly prevalent.
On 23 January 2013, Richard Lawson, from Lawson Legal, appeared before Justice Hall in the Supreme Court of Western Australia, in relation to a manslaughter charge.
Should cannabis be made legal - an argument with two opposing sides. In Western Australia cannabis is illegal – full stop. Yet cannabis does have therapeutic properties for...