Why Choose Jones + Associates Public Order Offences Lawyers Brisbane for your Public Order Offences
person may be charged with a public order offences if they behave in a way in which is offensive, disorderly, violent, or threatening particularly when being present in public spaces.
Under the Summary Offences Act 2005 public order offences comprise the following:
- Begging in a public place
- Being drunk in a public place
- Graffiti instrument
- Particular body piercing of minor prohibited
- Public Nuisance
- Sale of potentially harmful things
- Tattooing minor prohibited
- Threatening violence
- Throwing things at a sporting event
- Trespassing offences
- Unlawful possession of suspected stolen property
- Unregulated high risk activities
- Unlawful use of motor vehicle
Contact Our Public Order Offences Lawyers Brisbane
The purpose of this act is to maintain good order in the community. Penalties associated with public order offences can be significant in Queensland. All public order offences should be taken seriously, should you require any assistance or advice please do not hesitate to contact Jones + Associates.
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Think of Queensland’s most prominent criminal law cases and it’s likely that Jones + Associates, Director, Alex Jones has been involved.
We have a reputation for strong legal advice and representation.
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Jones + Associates has extensive experience and a proven track record in achieving great results in legal matters from the most complex, to the most simple.
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Having been involved in some of Queensland’s biggest legal cases, we know a thing or two about the importance of evidence. We’ve trawled through literally rooms of every conceivable piece of evidence in very complex legal cases.
At Jones + Associates, you can expect us to leave no stone unturned when it comes to your legal matter.