Crime Commission Proceedings
The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC) and the New South Wales Crime Commission (NSWCC) are statutory organisations set up to investigate serious criminal conduct or activity. Each are unique in their investigative and intelligence gathering powers. Some of the criminal activities investigated can include murder, firearms and arms dealing, money laundering, cyber crime, drug supply and corruption. The NSWCC and the ACIC facilitate prosecutions in Australia. The Commissions have the power to restrain a person from dealing with or disposing of property by obtaining Property Restraining Orders from the Supreme Court. Should you find yourself facing Crime Commission proceedings, it is important to seek legal advice immediately and to know your rights. The consequences can be drastic – speak with one of our expert Criminal Lawyers today.