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Courts and the legal system
Do you need a lawyer, or are you representing yourself in court? Find information about court procedures and forms. Find out about our legal system.
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This looseleaf service has detailed information on topics including arrest, search, assault, bail, court procedure, costs, AVOs, drugs, questioning, evidence, warrants, and victims compensation.
This looseleaf service has detailed information on topics including criminal procedure, evidence, appeals, sentencing, bail, and criminal offences. Also available online in the State Library.
This looseleaf service has detailed information on topics including crime, evidence, bail, prisoners, young offenders, juries, warrants, and victims of crime. Also available online in the State Library.
This issue explains the key features of our electoral laws, who can vote, who can stand for election, and how votes are counted.
This guide explains what you can do if you are owed money, or if someone is chasing you for money.
A guide to dealing with disputes about goods, including getting your goods back, being chased for goods, and going to court. It includes sample forms and letters.
This looseleaf service covers topics including evidence, burden of proof, estoppels, witnesses, corroboration, examination in chief and cross examination, character, privilege, and hearsay.
Community Justice Centres can help you to resolve your dispute quickly and for free using mediation.
Looking for more? The State Library has a wealth of legal information in its collections. Try searching our various resources to find more.