How to battle bikies
Written on the 13 March 2014
Anti-association laws brought in to fight motorcycle clubs are working on prophercy and prediction, rather than hard evidence, says Andreas Schloenhardt.
A RESPECTED law academic says Queensland anti-biker laws could drive criminal elements further underground as more secretive groups step up to take control of the state’s drug trade.
"Our unexplained wealth laws also target the lucrative drug trade. If the state can prove on the balance of probabilities that there is reasonable suspicion a person has been involved in a crime, the onus will be on the individual to prove they obtained their property and money legitimately."
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