The supply offences arose out of the supply of methylamphetamine to an undercover police officer on 5 occasions over a period of 10 days.On 3 occasions the quantity supplied was half a gram for which applicant received for each deal.He loaded the weapon & subsequently threatened 2 further police officers.

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Applicant & co-accused arrested following a controlled delivery of a consignment of pineapples to premises in Sydney.

The consignment contained amphetamine & heroin capsules which had been shipped from China.s.8A of the Bail Act 1978 applied & the applicant was granted conditional bail, however, it was revoked a little over a month later on the Crown's application for a review of that order made pursuant to s.45 of the Act.

Because hair follicles, sweat glands & sebaceous glands have been destroyed, she has problems with temperature control. Guilty plea - 'worst case'category - whether sentencing error - R v Thomson & Houlton (2000) 49 NSWLR 383 - contrition - subjective features - weight given. BIKIC, Ned - CCA, Giles JA, Sully & Levine JJCitation: R v Bikic [2001] NSWCCA 537Conviction appeal.1 x murder; 1 x manslaughter.

(See R v Bikic [2001] NSWSC 571 for details.)Appellant sought to place before the CCA new evidence from participants in the above offences to the effect that appellant was not present at the time of the offences or that they did not see him when the shootings occurred.

Self-incrimination - objection taken - already convicted of offence - possible appeal - whether reasonable grounds for objection - application of s.128 Evidence Act 1995.

Held: Objection to answering questions on ground of self-incrimination overruled, subject to objection to particular questions.Victim sustained full thickness burns to 93% of her body as well as severe internal inhalation injuries, leaving her with enormous level of disfigurement & disability, her mobility severely affected by substantial scar tissue.At the time of the incident, medical opinion was that she was not expected to live. A neighbour who tried to stop the appellant from setting the victim alight received partial thickness burns to 10-15% of his body.Desire to undertake treatment for alcohol abuse - when not affected by alcohol, behaviour unexceptional - excellent work record. LU LU - NSW SC, 29.1.2002Citation: R v Lu Lu [2002] NSWSC 14Judgment on application for bail.Knowingly concerned in the importation of commercial quantity amphetamine; knowingly concerned in importation of commercial quantity heroin.In the present application, applicant was confronted by s.22A(1).