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NSW Supreme Court Dec 20
Attorney General today announced the appointment of Senior Public Defender Mark Ierace SC to the bench of the Supreme Court of NSW. Media release:
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NSW Supreme Court Dec 20
SupCt allows claim in negligence against the State by a former remand prisoner who was assaulted by another prisoner in 2009. Sum:
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NSW Supreme Court Dec 20
CCA dismisses appeal by Mr Bradley Umar Sariff Baladjam against his sentence imposed in 2009 for four terrorist offences. His sentence remains 18yrs 8mos, expiring 7 July 2024 (NPP 14yrs, expiring 7 November 2019). Sum:
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NSW Supreme Court Dec 20
CA dismisses appeal against conviction but allows appeal against penalty brought by Mr Shane Dowling in relation to convictions for contempt of court; re-sentences him to four months’ imprisonment. Sum:
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NSW Supreme Court Dec 20
CCA allows DL’s appeal against sentence imposed for offence of murder, resentences to 18 years’ imprisonment with NPP of 13 years. Sum:
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NSW Supreme Court Dec 19
SupCt quashes to resolutions of the Law Society of NSW by which it initiated proceedings in NCAT alleging that the plaintiff solicitor engaged in professional misconduct against the plaintiff solicitor. Sum:
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NSW Supreme Court Dec 19
CA allows in part an appeal brought by members of a religious court that administers Jewish law, finding that they committed a contempt of court but that the penalties imposed on them were excessive. Sum:
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NSW Supreme Court Dec 19
CA dismisses appeal brought by Mr Joseph Frangieh against the Deputy Commissioner of Taxation as to whether an ATO employee had committed the tort of misfeasance in public office. Sum:
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NSW Supreme Court Dec 18
CA dismisses State’s appeal against refusal of its application for an extended supervision order for Mr Naaman pursuant to the Terrorism (High Risk Offenders) Act. Sum:
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NSW Supreme Court Dec 18
CA dismisses appeal by representative persons against Cth over whether novel duty of care owed where boat shipwrecked off Christmas Island. Sum:
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NSW Supreme Court Dec 17
SupCt dismisses the family provision claim of Sandra Rogers from the estate of her mother, whom she was estranged with for over 25yrs. Sum:
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NSW Supreme Court Dec 17
CA orders sisters to account to brother for farming property transferred to them by their mother in breach of fiduciary duty, and also concluding that solicitor for transaction owed common law duty to brother to protect testamentary gift of property. Sum:
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NSW Supreme Court Dec 16
CA allows appeal brought by the State of NSW, finding primary judge erred in awarding Mr Cuthbertson damages for cost of defending previous criminal proceedings and exemplary damages in action for wrongful arrest and assault. Sum:
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NSW Supreme Court Dec 13
CA dismisses appeals of Mr & Ms Zepinic against Chateau Constructions. Held that, although procedures required under the Vexatious Proceedings Act had not been followed, on the evidence, the orders made against Mr & Ms Zepinic were justified. Sum:
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NSW Supreme Court Dec 13
SupCt sentences Russell Brian Wood to imprisonment for 25yrs 6mos (NPP 19yrs 1mo) for the murder of Sarah Brown. Sum:
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NSW Supreme Court Dec 13
CCA dismisses Mr Quinn’s appeal against his conviction and sentence for the offence of murder. His sentence remains 20yrs (NPP 15yrs). Sum:
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NSW Supreme Court Dec 13
CCA dismisses Ms Small’s appeal against her sentence for the offence of supply prohibited drug. Her sentence remains 4 yrs (NPP 2yrs). Sum:
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NSW Supreme Court Dec 13
CA dismisses appeal by Peter Wheatley and Liberal Party (NSW) against finding payments made to the Party during the 2015 election, exceeding the statutory cap on political donations, were unlawful and not self-funding contributions. Sum:
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NSW Supreme Court Dec 13
CCA re-sentences Mr Daher to 4yrs 6mos (NPP 2yrs 9mos) for drug supply offences due to a failure to consider factors relevant to objective seriousness of his offending. Sum:
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NSW Supreme Court Dec 13
CA allows appeal by Ms Mary-Frances Fede against Mr Walter Gray. CA holds no damages could have been awarded for non-economic loss unless the severity of Ms Fede’s loss was at least 15%. Sum:
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