Michal Mantaj is a Trial Advocate, Accredited Criminal Law Specialist and Director at Conditsis Lawyers.
Mobile phone detection cameras started targeting phone use across NSW on December 1st 2019. The system uses artificial intelligence to automatically review images and detect offending drivers.
“The problem with these cameras is the in NSW is not so much the technology but rather, the law.” – Michal Mantaj
Mobile Phone Detection Cameras to start targeting Sydney drivers by the end of the year.
Conditsis Lawyers Director, Mr. Michal Mantaj at the Inquiry Into Road Transport Amendment (Mobile Phone Detection) Bill 2019 said at The Parliament House: “If I’m holding this glass while driving and my picture is taken, the law says, by force of law, this is a mobile phone, unless I can prove otherwise”.
7News featuring Conditsis Lawyers Director, Michal Mantaj – discussing the soon-to-be constructed Mobile Phone Detection Cameras on NSW roads, and implementation of the new legislation to go with them.
Discussion between Patricia Karvelas on ABC Radio National, and Manny Conditsis on the latest event the Lawyer X situation – the quashing of Faruk Orman’s conviction.
Manny Conditsis Discusses the evolving ‘Lawyer X’ situation and the Royal Commission surrounding it. On ABC Evening News with Karina Carvalho and Jeremy Fernandez.
Following recent deaths at music festivals, Manny Conditsis discusses current legislation and possible changes with Meghna Bali of ABC Radio
Listen to an interview between Scott Levi of ABC radio and Manny Conditsis as he discusses proposed new legislation they will affect social media content.
Listen to Manny Conditsis speak with Scott Levi of ABC Breakfast Radio about the Lawyer X situation, back story, and possible consequences that could affect the country and the justice system itself.
Following a recent ACC (Australian Crime Commission) report on drugs in sport, Manny Conditsis joins the Coast FM Sports Panel to discuss wide-ranging questions around drugs in sport the impact they could have on players, sports scientists and clubs on a local, national and international level.
In 1997, the public’s national attention focused on the firm as a result of a successful verdict given in the highly publicised “Dean Waters Case”. The accused, Dean Waters, was one of three brothers who were all famous boxers in their own right and who were trained by their father, Ces Waters. Together they formed a “family dynasty in boxing”.
Dean Waters was originally charged with murder in 1988 but not committed for trial. He later came forward entirely of his own volition in 1996 to confess his guilt. Notwithstanding his confession, a psychiatric defence was run at trial in the Supreme Court and he was acquitted and walked out a free man!
This case attracted much media interest, including segments on 60 Minutes and A Current Affair.