Vella v Commissioner of Police (NSW) [2019] HCA 38 (06 November 2019) (Kiefel CJ, Bell, Gageler, Keane, Nettle, Gordon and Edelman JJ) - 13wentworthselbornechambers
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Vella v Commissioner of Police (NSW) [2019] HCA 38 (06 November 2019) (Kiefel CJ, Bell, Gageler, Keane, Nettle, Gordon and Edelman JJ)


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Constitutional law (Cth) – Judicial power – Constitution – Ch III – State Parliament – Institutional integrity of State courts – Where s 5(1) of Crimes (Serious Crime Prevention Orders) Act 2016 (NSW) provides that State court may make order if satisfied that specified person has been convicted of serious criminal offence or involved in serious crime related activity and satisfied that reasonable grounds to believe that making of order would protect public by preventing, restricting or disrupting involvement by that person in serious crime related activities – Where s 6(1) of Act provides that order against that specified person may contain such prohibitions, restrictions, requirements and other provisions as court considers appropriate for purpose of protecting public by preventing, restricting or disrupting involvement by that person in serious crime related activities – Where proceedings under Act are civil proceedings – Whether making order exercise of judicial power – Whether powers conferred by Act incompatible with State court’s role as repository of federal judicial power – Whether powers conferred by Act substantially impair institutional integrity of State court.

Words and phrases – “appropriate”, “balancing”, “facilitates or is likely to facilitate”, “future risk”, “institutional integrity”, “judicial power”, “Kable v Director of Public Prosecutions (NSW)”, “open-textured”, “preventing, restricting or disrupting”, “preventive orders”, “real or significant risk”, “reasonable grounds to believe”, “risk assessment”, “serious crime related activities”, “serious criminal offence”.