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Jodie completed her Articles of Clerkship with a large Criminal Law firm whilst undertaking the final years of her Bachelor of Laws through Queensland University of Technology./ Next team member
Since her admission as a Legal Practitioner in 2005, Jodie has practiced exclusively in Criminal Defence forging an enviable reputation in south-east Queensland.
Jodie is an experienced and articulate advocate known for her unflappable nature and instinctive diligence. She is has appeared on countless matters in the Magistrates Court, and has been involved a variety of serious and complex cases before the District and Supreme Courts.
Jodie is a compassionate practitioner and a passionate advocate. She also takes pride in providing representation to the disadvantaged, particularly those who are overcoming drug dependency issues.
Jodie is available to appear on all Criminal Law matters throughout Queensland, including those which may be eligible for Legal Aid funding.
Jodie has been an accredited Duty Lawyer since 2006, and is also a registered Justice of the Peace (Qualified).
Be Careful Where You 'Pokémon Go'
The recent phenomenon sweeping the globe is, of course, Pokémon Go. The location based augmented reality mobile game has thousands of Queenslanders out and about in attempt to catch those elusive Pokémon. Just be careful not to get yourself in hot water while doing so.
Overview of Domestic Violence Laws
This article is an overview of Domestic Violence laws in Queensland which is governed by the Domestic and Family Violence Protection Act 2012 (“the Act”). Given the rise in Domestic Violence, a specialist court has been established within the Southport Magistrates Court to provide consistency and to deal with complex and difficult situations. Anyone who suffers from any form of Domestic Violence is encouraged to contact DV Connect on 1800 811 811 (24 hours a day/7 days a week).
Do you have a Power of Attorney?
A power of attorney is a formal document giving another person the authority to make legally binding decisions on your behalf, both in relation to financial and/or health matters. A power of attorney can be useful in many situations including when a person faces a period of time in custody.
Traffic Law Update: Mobile Phones and Handheld Devices
The State Government has brought in double the demerit penalties for repeat offenders as of 1 September, taking a tough new stance on using your handheld device while driving. If you’re caught using a mobile phone while driving twice in 12 months you’ll cop double demerit points that's a $353 fine and six points!
Andrew Moloney Speaks to Students at Miami State High School
On Tuesday 28th July 2015, Moloney MacCallum Senior partner Andrew Moloney, spoke to the Year 11 students at Miami State High School about the law as part of the “Student Wellbeing” day run by the school. .
State Budget initiatives align with Queensland Law Society’s Call to Parties
Queensland Law Society welcomes legal services and court funding commitments announced in the Queensland 2015-16 State Budget on 14 July 2015.
Publications on mmlawyers.com.au
Moloney MacCallum Lawyers will now be posting articles about certain areas of practice. Our articles can be found in our new publications sections!
Clarifying Confusion about Compelled Evidence at the Crime & Corruption Commission
Rugby player Karmichael Hunt recently made mention of the reasons for naming other persons including other professional sportsman in his statement to police. Words such as “compelled” were used and an inference that he had no choice, was left with the reader/viewer. We felt that this may leave clients or potential clients of our firm with a misleading view of what you can and can’t do, and when you have a choice when facingdealings with the Crime and Corruption Commission in Queensland.
Andrew Moloney provides an update to the changes in Criminal Law
Moloney MacCallum Lawyers managing partner & Criminal Law specialist Andrew Moloney gave a lecture at the Annual Queensland Law Society Symposium to update other lawyers with the changes to criminal law legislation over the last 12 months.
Campbell MacCallum represents Titans players charged in the wake of a cocaine investigation
Campbell MacCallum, Principal of Moloney MacCallum Lawyers speaks with the TODAY Show in relation to the allegations against certain Gold Coast Titans players.
Not Guilty Verdict in Murder Allegations
Moloney MacCallum Lawyers have successfully defended a man charged with murder alleged to have occurred at the Beachcomber Apartments on the Gold Coast in 2012.
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year
The team at Moloney MacCallum Lawyers would like to wish everyone a safe and very Merry Christmas and happy New Year.
Safe Night Out Legislation
Safe Night Out Legislation – New legislative amendments targeting Queensland’s nightlife have been introduced just in time for schoolies.
Government to reverse bikie segregation in prisons
The State Government will begin to wind back its controversial 'bikie laws'.
Legal Eagle Spreads His Wings for Charity
Moloney MacCallum Lawyers Principal, Campbell MacCallum displayed his softer side over the weekend when he joined Court House Staff in the Gold Coast Marathon to represent and help raise funds for the children's hospital charity Radio Lollipop.
Gold Coast Titans player Paul Carter pleads guilty to drink driving
Moloney MacCallum Lawyers, Principal, Campbell MacCallum has represented Gold Coast Titans player Paul Carter as he pleads guilty to drink driving.
Is Queensland at risk of becoming a Police State?
Gold Coast Solicitor, Campbell MacCallum, says new laws are now affecting not just bikies, but ordinary citizens.
Chief Judge denies the Gold Coast a third Judge
Moloney MacCallum Lawyers Principal, Andrew Moloney, has renewed a plea for the appointment of a third District Court Judge on the Gold Coast.
Convicted with a Drop of Blood -- For a Crime He can't Remember
A Gold Coast man has pleaded guilty to a crime he can’t remember due to a single drop of his blood discovered at the scene. Criminal Lawyer Joe Wicking represented the man as his decade old crime finally caught up with him. .
Shotgun & Affair leads to Probation Order
A Chevron Island father who hid a shotgun under his bed after discovering his wife had been having an affair with his best friend has today been released from custody with the assistance of Solicitor Joe Wicking.
Spitting Offence results in Suspended Sentence
A Gold Coast Teenager narrowly avoided a term of imprisonment last week when she faced the Southport Magistrates Court charged with serious assault of police.
Escapee Jailed Over Laptops
Gold Coast Solicitor, Joe Wicking of Moloney MacCallum Lawyers represented a NSW Escapee who was found hiding in a roof. .
Barba's ex-partner rejects NRL
Gold Coast Solictor, Campbell MacCallum assist Ainslie Currie with NRL enquiry
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Campbell MacCallum works with Civil War Refugee
Campbell MacCallum ensures that Taufua will play!
The intervention of Moloney MacCallum Lawyers has cleared Manly Sea Eagles winger Jorge Taufua to take his place in the NRL clash against Brisbane at Lang Park tonight.
Social Media, The Law, Crime and You
Gold Coast criminal defence lawyer Andrew Moloney says police, offenders and even defence lawyers are now actively using social media sites to look for evidence of offences or scout potential burglary targets..
Man Accused of Trying to Lure Women into his Car
Solicitor, Joe Wicking of Moloney MacCallum Lawyers yesterday appeared on behalf of a man accused of trying to lure women into his car.
Gold Coast 17 Year Olds Shamefully Treated as Adults by our Criminal Justice System
Queensland’s insistence on treating 17 year olds as adults for criminal charges is a shameful policy that is out of step with the rest of Australia, according to Gold Coast criminal defence lawyer Andrew Moloney.
Cocaine Charges Listed for Trial
Campbell MacCallum, Legal Practice Director of Moloney MacCallum has listed serious drug matters for trial..
Welcome to our New Website
Moloney MacCallum Lawyers has today launched a refreshed website.
Mandatory Disqualifications Unfair
Moloney MacCallum Lawyers, Principal, Andrew Moloney has called for greater leniency for disqualified drivers caught out by old fines.