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The second victim in these attacks died as a result of the injuries he sustained.

One of the offences taken into account involved an assault & beating of a person at Bankstown Railway Station and the other involved a severe beating & assault upon another person who suffered permanent & severely handicapping brain damage as a result (on bail at the time this offence occurred). HENMAN, Gregory Charles - CCA, 1.2.2001Giles JA, Hulme & Bell JJCitation: R v Henman [2001] NSWCCA 4Conviction appeal.2 x sexual intercourse without consent with person under 10; 1 x indecent assault with person under 10. All charges related to same complainant, either the appellant's niece or step-niece.

Applicant & co-offender submitted fictitious invoices to finance companies showing inflated prices in order to obtain funds for the purchase & financing of 8 separate aircraft.

Overpayments paid to the applicant & his partner amounted to

The second victim in these attacks died as a result of the injuries he sustained.

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The second victim in these attacks died as a result of the injuries he sustained.

One of the offences taken into account involved an assault & beating of a person at Bankstown Railway Station and the other involved a severe beating & assault upon another person who suffered permanent & severely handicapping brain damage as a result (on bail at the time this offence occurred). HENMAN, Gregory Charles - CCA, 1.2.2001Giles JA, Hulme & Bell JJCitation: R v Henman [2001] NSWCCA 4Conviction appeal.2 x sexual intercourse without consent with person under 10; 1 x indecent assault with person under 10. All charges related to same complainant, either the appellant's niece or step-niece.

Applicant & co-offender submitted fictitious invoices to finance companies showing inflated prices in order to obtain funds for the purchase & financing of 8 separate aircraft.

Overpayments paid to the applicant & his partner amounted to $1,600,000.

,600,000.

The trial of the 2 co-accused began in February 2000 & concluded in May 2000 with the jury unable to reach a unanimous verdict. ROWE, Robert James - CCA, 19.1.2001 - 50 NSWLR 510; 118 A Crim R 421Fitzgerald JA, Ireland J, Smart AJCitation: R v Rowe [2001] NSWCCA 1Stated case for determination on question of law arising from the trial judge's decision to admit evidence of a police officer of a conversation which the officer said he had with the appellant.

The applicant was a singing teacher & was also a friend of the parents of 2 of the complainants. Crown alleged that during the early hours on the morning of the offence, appellant & one other person, armed with a gun, a baseball bat & knife, entered the home of the victim.

Whether sentences manifestly excessive - totality - abuse of trust - insufficient weight given to pleas of guilty - absence of relevant criminal record. PYE, Damon Harley - CCA, Beazley JA, Smart AJ, Ireland AJCitation: R v Pye [2000] NSWCCA 544Conviction and sentence appeal. It was alleged that one of the accused had entered the victim's bedroom & threatened & robbed her of her wallet, 3 credit cards & 0 in cash.

He stole 2 gold weddings rings from her hand, to in cash as well as another ring with an amethyst stone. The proceeds of the robbery were used to purchase heroin.

Sentenced to: aggregate total of 10y with NPP of 7*y.

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