Weapons of Homicide

The Australian Institute of Criminology has published research showing that while thankfully the rates of homicide are down, the instruments of choice remain knives or sharp instruments- what are called weapons of opportunity- which are no doubt seen in domestic homicides. Stephen Page, Harrington Family Lawyers, Brisbane spage@harringtonfamilylawyers.com 61(7) 3221 9544

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Weapons of Homicide

The Australian Institute of Criminology has published research showing that while thankfully the rates of homicide are down, the instruments of choice remain knives or sharp instruments- what are called weapons of opportunity- which are no doubt seen in domestic homicides.

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