Fines debacle ‘probably affects every agency in Victoria’ including police and all local councils

Six Victorian councils have now agreed to pay back parking fines which were unlawfully issued, but there are suspicions there are many more yet to come forward. Glen Eira, Port Phillip and Stonnington councils have agreed to pay back thousands of parking fines, totalling almost $20 million, which were illegally reviewed by external contractors between Read More …

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Magistrates Court ~ Form 13 ~ Witness Summons & Production of Documents ~ Criminal Jurisdiction.

From the Constitution Watch Archives Vault, the extremely hard to find Form 13 witness summons and production of documents in criminal jurisdiction, this document has been deleted from the Magistrates Court Forms ~ Could it be possible this administrative court want to provide an uneven playing field for those seeking justice in Criminal Jurisdiction within Read More …

Police Camera Ruling ‘denies courts critical evidence’

Victoria Police officers cannot be compelled to release footage from body-worn cameras in civil proceedings following a County Court decision last month which has prompted calls for urgent reform of the laws that regulate their use. The court ruling is expected to deny crucial evidence being tendered during civil trials that could prove an abuse of Read More …

Infringements Court.

The very basis of it all lies with the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900 (UK).  The States created in this constitution within Section 106 are so “subject to this constitution”  which means all legal principles that are embedded in the constitution are relevant to the States also, for so far they are not specifically Read More …