Dishonesty offences range in seriousness from shop stealing through to burglary. Dishonesty offences are prevalent charges that come before the court. They are often charged in conjunction with drug offences although they can sometimes stand alone.
Below we have included general information on a number of dishonesty charges that are routinely before the Court. Included is the law relating to the charges, what the prosecution have to prove, penalties and where the matter is likely to be heard.
The information below is general in nature and if you are charged with a assault offence we recommend that you contact a criminal lawyer to discuss your personal situation. There is no substitute for personal advice.
- Unauthorised Dealing with Shop Goods – UTAG
- Stealing as a Servant
- Receiving Tainted Property (Criminal Code)
- Bring Stolen Goods into Queensland
- Petrol Drive Off
- Deal with ID
- Computer Hacking and Misuse
- Demanding Property with Menaces with Intent to Steal
- Money Laundering (Criminal Proceeds Confiscation Act)
- Possess Property Suspected of Being Tainted Property (Criminal Proceeds Confiscation Act)