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Public Order Offence Case Studies

If you have been charged with a pubic order charge and you are after information about real cases and results, then you have come to the right place.

Doogue + George has defended a number of public order cases.

Read some recent case studies listed below to learn about some of our successful results

Withdrawal of Resist Police Charges

This is a case that involves a withdrawal of Resist Police charges and a probation order without conviction for the remaining offences. Our client was a young person who was originally charged with a raft of offences, the most serious of which were two counts of Resist Police which were ...
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Affray Resulting in a Fine

This is a case of Affray resulting in a fine. Our client was involved in a large affray after a night out with friends. He was charged with a number of offences including injury offences and possession of weapons. Hester Kelly represented him at the Werribee Magistrates' Court. The charges ...
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Marking and Possessing Graffiti – Withdrawn

Our client was charged with the following offences under the Graffiti Prevention Act 2007:
  • Marking graffiti visible from a public place; and
  • Possessing a graffiti implement with the intent to mark graffiti.
The mark graffiti charges related to considerable graffiti on the barriers and walls of a major ...
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Without Conviction for Affray and Assault Charges

This is a case study on a sentence of fine without conviction for Affray and Assault charges. The police charged our client with a number of offences arising out of a fight in Melbourne CBD. There were a number of people involved in the fight and someone died at the ...
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Diversion for Engaging in Riotous Behaviour

This is a case study on a successful application for diversion for engaging in riotous behaviour. Our client and his friends were out at a pub in Richmond. A crowd had gathered outside as the venue was closing and a fight broke out between the client's friend and another patron ...
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Affray and Intentionally Cause Injury - Charges Withdrawn

Affray and Intentionally Cause Injury – Charges Withdrawn

Initially this matter was heard in the Melbourne Children’s court as a contested hearing where he and six co-accused were fighting charges relating to an affray and intentionally causing both serious and non-serious injuries to a number of victims who were skate-boarding in the docklands. Our client has always maintained ...
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For a complete list of all our public offence case studies, click here.

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