Weekend Wrap: Law firm director embroiled in investment scam

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A law firm director has become embroiled in major investment scam… Young South Australian offenders will have a better chance of avoiding prison as the state ups home detention sentencing… Apples contentious locked iPhone case comes to an end.
 
A law firm director has become embroiled in major investment scam, strangely involving the brother of actress and model Sophie Monk.
 
South Australia’s new Youth Justice Administration Act allows young people to stay in home detention for a year, up from the six month maximum, with the option of curfews monitored by a 24-hour tracking device.
“We want to ensure that children and young people in the justice system are inspired to change,” said Youth Minister Zoe Bettison.
 
The case compelling Apple to unlock the iPhone of a San Bernadio shooter has come to an end after the FBI and a third party managed to get hold of the encrypted data.
 

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