GOLD COAST BULLETIN
A LONE Wolf bikie could be slugged more than $40,000 after wearing a banned 1 per cent ring at a Gold Coast pub.
The tattoos of a Lone Wolf bikie arrested for wearing banned clothing at a Gold Coast Pub. Pics Supplied
The 26-year-old bikie is believed to be the first arrested on the Gold Coast for wearing bikie paraphernalia on licensed premises.
Continue reading Lone Wolf Bikie Faces $40,000-plus Under Anti Bikie Laws
Matthew Killoran & AAP | 09:41am March 14, 2013
Bill Potts says the police application to declare the Gold Coast chapter of the notorious bikie gang a criminal organisation “must inevitably fail”.
The High Court this morning unanimously upheld the Queensland Government’s Criminal Organisation Act, which is intended to prevent members of “criminal” organisations from associating with each other.
Police have already made an application to the Supreme Court to have the Finks declared a criminal organisation, but it was halted when
Continue reading Finks Lawyer Says Police Will Fail
Robyn Wuth | 07:24am November 13, 2012 | Gold Coast Bulletin
THE powerful legal team for the Finks outlaw motorcycle gang claims the laws being used against the club are “repugnant” to the judicial process.
A 13-page submission lodged in the High Court of Australia outlines the Finks’ constitutional challenge against moves to have the gang’s Gold Coast chapter and an associated company declared criminal organisations under Queensland’s three-year-old anti-bikie laws.
Continue reading Finks Fight for Fair Trial
Tony Keim | From:
The Courier-Mail | October 05, 2012 9:58AM
DAY IN COURT: The Finks will have their case against Queensland’s anti-bikie laws heard in the High Court. (File image) Source:The Courier-Mail
AUSTRALIA’S highest court has granted Finks bikies the right to challenge the validity of controversial Queensland anti-gang laws being used to have them declared a criminal organisation. Continue reading Potts Lawyers Successfully Obtain Leave to Appear Before High Court
By Greg Stoiz (Courier Mail, 4 April 2009)
DRUG lords, outlaw bikies and paedophiles are free to ply their evil trades in Queensland after the Supreme Court effectively shut down the state’s top organised crime fighting body.
In a decision that has rocked the Crime and Misconduct commission, one of its key powers has been ruled illegal by the court.
Continue reading CMC Stripped Of Power