Ugur Nedim

Nanny state drinking laws locking the booze cupboard

Image: AFP/ WILLIAM WEST
 

Ugur Nedim outlines the problems with the tough new drinking laws in QLD & NSW, including the proposal to breathalyse patrons within establishments.

  Queensland: Home to some of Australia’s most picturesque beaches and natural reefs, it’s a popular holiday destination for tourists looking to relax and unwind. Towards the end of the ... Read the full article
Ugur Nedim

Ugur Nedim is an Accredited Criminal Law Specialist and the Principal of Sydney Criminal Lawyers, a leading Sydney Law Firm that specialises in Criminal Law and Traffic cases. http://www.sydneycriminallawyers.com.au

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