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…

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Sentencing in Victoria 2015

Community Corrections Orders – “a radical new sentencing option” Guideline Judgment of the Court of Appeal Boulton v. the Queen [2014] VSCA 342 Slades and Parsons criminal lawyers keep abreast of all relevant changes in legislation and the decisions of the Court of Appeal which relate to criminal law. This enables us to prepare your case…