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

Assault Charges – Alcohol-Fueled Violence

This is a case study on assault charges arising from alcohol-fueled violence. Our client went out drinking one night with his friends in the city. They all had too much to drink, and got involved in a street fight with another group of young men. Our client didn't remember his ...
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Carry Out Building Work Without Permit – Fine Without Conviction

This is a case study on charges of Carry Out Building Work Without Permit resulting in a fine without conviction. Our client ran his own earth moving and retaining wall business. He had been engaged to build a retaining wall for a man who was conducting works on his property ...
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Building Works Without Permit – Good Behaviour Bond

This is a case study on building works without permit resulting in a good behaviour bond. The client contacted our firm after receiving a charge and summons to attend court for an offence committed under the Building Act. The client had constructed an elevated deck on his property without a ...
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Diversion for Behave in an Offensive Manner

This is a case study on a sentence of diversion for Behave in an Offensive Manner. Our client was driving and he noticed that up ahead there was someone driving in a manner that was causing cars to have to overtake and go around it. When he came to be ...
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Diversion for Possess More Than Twice Catch Limit of Abalone

This is a case study on a sentence of diversion for Possess More Than Twice Catch Limit of Abalone. Authorised officers of the Fisheries Act intercepted our client with more than twice the catch limit of Greenlip abalone. He was refused diversion when his matter was heard at the Magistrates’ ...
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Unconditional Dismissal for Light Fire on Total Fire Ban Day

This is a case study on an unconditional dismissal for Light Fire on Total Fire Ban Day. Our client attended our office for a consultation after a Magistrate refused his application for court diversion for an offence of Lighting a Fire on a Total Fire Ban Day. A Court diversion ...
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