Queenslands Anti Bikie Vlad Law To Be Scrapped Bikies To Be Given Control Orders

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Queensland's "excessively harsh" VLAD law will be scrapped and bikies given control orders similar to those placed on sex offenders and terrorists as part of a major shake-up of the state's bikie laws. Key points: Queensland Government to follow recommendation to scrap VLAD law

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Queensland's anti-bikie VLAD law to be scrapped, bikies to be given control orders. Posted Mon 4 Apr 2016, 7:58pm. Updated Mon 4 Apr 2016, 7:58pm. Queensland's minority government walks a fine

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Queensland's anti-bikie VLAD law to be scrapped, bikies to be given control orders - Biker News Network

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The Queensland Government says it's confident proposed changes to its controversial anti-gang laws won't leave gaps for outlaw motorcycle groups to re-emerge in the state. But the Opposition says

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Queensland's New Bikie Laws Much has been made of Queensland’s recent so-called ‘”anti-bikie laws”. Whether they will withstand the forthcoming High Court challenge remains to be seen. However, although that is their main intention, the laws are not specifically targeted at bikies.

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Queensland’s anti-bikie laws were introduced to combat organised crime, in particular the drug scourge. But drug-trafficking offences in the state have more than doubled from 372 in 2013, when

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Queensland police are opposed to dumping the bikie anti-association laws, which were aimed at hitting any three bikies who met in public, go to clubhouses or recruit new members with mandatory jail

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Nevertheless the Queensland Government has seen fit to introduce these laws in order to curb the evil actions of human groups. And so it is that s.60B of the Criminal Code prohibits a person who is a participant in a criminal organisation from entering a prescribed place. More frightening is the minimum penalty of 6 months imprisonment.

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Queensland’s anti-bikie laws were introduced to combat organised crime, in particular the drug scourge. But drug-trafficking offences in the state have more than …

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Queensland’s Liberal National government has made law and order – particularly its anti-bikie laws – a key part of its re-election pitch. The government recently claimed that “Criminal Gang laws

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Under the new so called “Anti-Bikie" laws you and possibly other members of your family have committed an offence for which you could all be gaoled for a minimum of six months. On top of that, you could be potentially liable to being hauled before the CMC to answer questions about Jarrod and his two mates.

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QUEENSLAND’S anti-bikie laws, which the Government says it will axe by 2017, were an “abuse of process” and their dumping can’t come soon enough, a motorcycle gang expert has told news.com.au. However, supporters of the laws say any watering down of the legislation gives the violent gangs the green light to resume operations.

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VLAD is ­expected to be junked and replaced by a new suite of laws that the State Government insists will be tougher on crime, while softening some of the harsher elements of the anti-bikie laws such as fixed mandatory sentences, which under the current laws can add 25 years to a convicted bikie’s sent­ence.

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The Queensland Labor government has announced that the anti-bikie legislation implemented in the state by the Newman LNP government in 2013 is to be overturned and a new raft of legislation introduced in its stead.

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Donate. High Court upholds Queensland “anti-bikie laws”. Kuczborski v Queensland [ 2014] HCA 46 (14 November 2014) The High Court has upheld new offence-creating provisions of the Criminal Code Act 1899 (Qld) and new provisions of the Liquor Act 1992 (Qld), introduced as part of a package of legislation intended to deter criminal gangs and

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Queensland's anti-bikie VLAD law to be scrapped, bikies to be given control orders Transcript LEIGH SALES, PRESENTER: Brawling bikies prompted Queensland's former LNP Government to introduce some of the harshest anti-gang laws in the world. The laws were so far-reaching, they became the envy of other Australian states. But Queensland is now run

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If you are like Ned Kelly you have nothing to fear from Queensland’s VLAD laws, writes Eva Cripps — but everyone else should be afraid.. SHOULD YOU BE AFRAID of the Queensland Government’s anti-association and VLAD laws?. According to Premier Campbell Newman, and the Attorney General Jarrod Bleijie, only criminal bikies have anything to …

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Queensland's anti-bikie VLAD law to be scrapped, bikies to be given control orders - ABC News Queensland's "excessively harsh" VLAD law will be scrapped and bikies given control orders similar to those placed on sex offenders and terrorists as part of a major shake-up of the state's bikie laws. Skip to main content ABC News Homepage

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However, the VLAD laws also reversed the onus of proof for bail for bikie gang members, a change the taskforce described as "unnecessary, unreasonable and disproportionate". It has called for the bail changes to be repealed. Bikies consider High Court challenge to new laws

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Queensland police are opposed to dumping the bikie anti-association laws, which were aimed at hitting any three bikies who met in public, go to clubhouses or recruit new members with mandatory jail time. Photograph: AAP

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EXCLUSIVE: A secret government report has found that bikie laws introduced to stop outlaw gang clashes have achieved nothing. A SECRET government report has found that bikie gang laws introduced following fatal outlaw gang clashes are useless and should be abolished.

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