Victoria Passes New Offence Law

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Victoria Passes New Offence Law

A new bill passed by Victorian state government will mean that people who engage in grossly offensive conduct could face up to 5 years in jail. Victoria’s attorney general, Jaclyn Symes, announced the introduction of the crimes legislation amendment bill, which makes “engaging in conduct that is grossly offensive to community standards of behaviour” a new offence. The new bill follows an incident in 2020 where a man filmed four police officers dying after they were struck by a truck on the Eastern Freeway. Know more in this video by Kalkine Media.

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