Posts Categorized: NSW Courts

Driver Acquitted Despite Drugs Being Found in Car

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By Paul Gregoire and Ugur Nedim At around 9.30 one morning, NSW police officers were at a flat on Murray Street in Port Macquarie investigating an incident, when the phone rang. An officer answered and told the caller the occupant wasn’t home. The caller rang again two minutes later. This time, the officer recognised the… Read more »

One-Punch Offender Loses Appeal

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By Paul Gregoire and Ugur Nedim After hearing the news that his recently deceased father’s ashes had been misplaced, James Longworth met with friends at a bar in the Sydney CBD on 6 September 2013. The group watched a football match and drank a large amount of beer. They moved onto to another bar, where… Read more »

Abuse of Trust: A Significant Aggravating Factor in Indecent Assaults

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By Paul Gregoire and Ugur Nedim Between 23 April and 12 June 2014, Central coast physiotherapist Youngjin Jung indecently assaulted seven patients at his Ocean Beach Rd practice in Umina. Over that time, Mr Jung carried out twelve inappropriate acts upon clients with “no professional justification” for doing so. On several occasions, Mr Jung exposed… Read more »