In the 2021 District Court decision of Sinclair v Lynch  QDC 190, the Court helpfully outlined what constitutes a threat for the purposes of making a peace and good behaviour order pursuant to the Act.
If you're charged with drink driving, the prosecution must prove that you drove a motor vehicle and that at the time of driving, you were under the influence of alcohol. Proving the offence can become much more difficult if you were breath-tested at a time when you were no longer driving.
Amendments to weapons licencing assessments have seen an apparent increase in the number of refusals to grant or renew a license. If you've had an adverse decision about your application, you have 28 days to appeal to QCAT.
It is possible that someone can be convicted of an offence even though not performing any of the acts or omissions which constitute the offence. Such people are known as a “party” to the offence, sometimes also called an “accomplice” or an “accessory”.
A second prosecution can’t be brought after an acquittal and a person can’t be further punished after being convicted and sentenced. The legal principle that ensures this is commonly referred to as “double jeopardy”.