Can Charges be Dismissed if Police Get the Details Wrong?

Repeated Unprotected Sex Does Not Prove Deliberate HIV Transmission

Not Guilty of Animal Cruelty Due to Mental Illness

Court Decides Whether Drug-Induced Rage Reduces Sentence

Can Charges be Dismissed if Police Get the Details Wrong?

By Sydney Criminal Lawyers - Published 16/10/2017

By Paul Gregoire and Ugur Nedim A little after 5.35 pm on 30 March 2015, two NSW police officers came across a truck that had been reported stolen. The vehicle was found parked out the front of the Canterbury Leagues Club on the northern side of Bridge Road. Mr Gholam Chaheh was sitting in the… 

Repeated Unprotected Sex Does Not Prove Deliberate HIV Transmission

By Sydney Criminal Lawyers - Published 03/10/2017

By Paul Gregoire and Ugur Nedim On New Year’s Eve 2006, Godfrey Zaburoni met a woman on the Gold Coast and the pair began a sexual relationship a few weeks later that lasted 21 months. Before the relationship began, the woman asked Zaburoni whether he’d been tested for HIV, to which Zaburoni replied that he… 

Not Guilty of Animal Cruelty Due to Mental Illness

By Sydney Criminal Lawyers - Published 19/09/2017

By Paul Gregoire and Ugur Nedim NSW police arrested Brendan Francis McMahon in August 2005 and charged him with animal cruelty offences arising from the mutilation of seventeen rabbits and a guinea pig. The carcases of the animals were found strewn around Sydney CBD laneways close to wear Mr McMahon ran a financial planning business… 

Court Decides Whether Drug-Induced Rage Reduces Sentence

By Sydney Criminal Lawyers - Published 12/09/2017

By Paul Gregoire and Ugur Nedim On the evening of 6 September 2014, Zhen Fang stabbed his friend Ting Huang to death, in a frenzied attack whereby he inflicted 20 wounds to the victim’s head, neck, trunk and upper extremities. The two work colleagues had been drinking beer and smoking a substantial amount of ice…