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DIVERSION PROGRAMS AT CENTRAL LAW COURTS IN PERTH

In July 2012, Richard Lawson, from Lawson Legal, attended a seminar pertaining to diversion programs, offered at the Central Law Courts in Perth, applicable to Perth criminal lawyers. The objectives of diversion programs are to: reduce the rate of imprisonment; and reduce the level of recidivism within Western Australia. The seminar explored the role and […]
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EXTRAORDINARY DRIVERS’ LICENCE APPLICATIONS

Lawson Legal has represented numerous clients charged with traffic offences throughout Western Australia.  Many matters consist of drink driving offences and extraordinary drivers’ licence applications. There are several misconceptions about the law governing drink driving offences.  The following are the most frequent queries that Lawson Legal encounters: disqualification takes effect IMMEDIATELY (make sure that you […]
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ARMED ROBBERIES ON PHARMACIES

On 1 May 2012, Richard Lawson, from Lawson Legal, appeared before Justice Simmonds in the Supreme Court of Western Australia, in relation to an armed robbery offence. In the matter of The State of Western Australia v Jennings [2012] WASCSR 73, the accused pleaded guilty to one count of armed robbery at earliest opportunity.  Mr […]
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DRUG-INDUCED DRIVING RESULTING IN MANSLAUGHTER

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. In the matter of The State of Western Australia v Norris [2013] WASCSR 13, the accused pleaded guilty to one count of manslaughter, one count of no authority to […]
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ARMED ROBBERY IN WA

On 3 April 2013, Richard Lawson, from Lawson Legal, appeared before Justice Heenan, in the Supreme Court of Western Australia, in relation to an armed robbery offence. In the matter of The State of Western Australia v Thomas [2013] WASCSR 59, the accused pleaded guilty to one count of armed robbery at earliest opportunity.  Mr […]
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