Dishonestly Obtaining a Financial Advantage by Deception
201705.22
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Dishonestly Obtaining a Financial Advantage by Deception

Our client was charged with four representative counts of Dishonestly Obtaining a Financial Advantage by Deception from a Commonwealth entity, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). The maximum penalty for this offence is 10 years’ imprisonment and/or 600 penalty units. This offending concerned obtaining Goods and Services Tax (GST) refunds from the ATO, and attempts to…

Slades & Parsons Represents woman accused of trafficking drugs of dependance
201705.22
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Slades & Parsons Represents woman accused of trafficking drugs of dependance

Deal with suspected Proceeds of Crime Sentencing Associate Solicitor Nick Tehan recently represented one of a number of accused charged with trafficking drugs of dependence in a commercial quantity and dealing in suspected proceeds of crime including large quantities of cash and valuables.  The evidence against our client was largely reliant on her own admissions…