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Court Justice    

Information
Series 1: 10x30 | HD | 2016
Production Company
CJZ
Primary Broadcaster
Foxtel

This ground-breaking fixed-rig series takes you inside of one of the world’s busiest local courts. The twelve magistrates that preside at Sydney’s Downing Centre handle over 30,000 cases every year; everything from minor traffic offences to major assaults. It is a world full of emotion and drama, where bad behaviour comes face-to-face with the justice system. The endless stream of defendants can range from habitual offenders to everyday citizens that have made bad mistakes. Lives are on the line when society exercises the rule of law. 

Drugs

Drug offences account for 20% of all cases before Australia's local courts. The local courts are now grappling with the epidemic of crystal meth amphetamine (ICE). This episode features 24 year old plumber, Paul, charged with driving under the influence of drugs and possession of ICE.

Open For Business

Professional boxer, Garth, was involved in a street brawl and is facing a jail sentence if the magistrate does not agree that he was acting in self-defence. A single mother of 2 could be sent to jail if found guilty of threatening her neighbour. 29 year old, Timothy, a father of 3 thinks of himself as an artist but finds himself on trial for trespassing and graffiti charges.

Drink Driving

Drink driving is an endemic problem around the world and in NSW alone 20,000 people are charged with the offence. Magistrates in Sydney's busiest court have minimal tolerance for drink drivers, especially for repeat offenders. This time three drink drivers suffer the consequences of their actions.

The Importance Of Parenting

Drink driving is an endemic problem around the world and in NSW alone 20,000 people are charged with the offence. Magistrates in Sydney's busiest court have minimal tolerance for drink drivers, especially for repeat offenders. This time three drink drivers suffer the consequences of their actions.