Two criminal cases to appeal sentences

Two criminal cases to appeal sentences

There are 8 comments on the NEWS.com.au story from May 18, 2011, titled Two criminal cases to appeal sentences. In it, NEWS.com.au reports that:

THE High Court of Australia has granted special leave to appeal two of Queensland's most important precedent setting criminal cases.

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yo jo

Brisbane, Australia

#1 May 20, 2011
yo jo

Brisbane, Australia

#2 May 20, 2011
Planking:
Each person is responsible for his or her OWN actions.
End of story.
Action Force Elite

Australia

#3 May 20, 2011
Life for trafficing drugs into Australia. We have something in common with the Indos after all. Meanwhile we are aprticipating in a "war", that sees thousands of acres of opium protected as a major economic resource for parties seemingly unknown.
yo jo

Brisbane, Australia

#4 May 21, 2011
Hard labour for Life - NTBR (Never to be released) for ALL persons who traffic drugs into Australia. NO EXCEPTIONS.
If Australia and the authorities are serious about ending drug trafficking and preventing ruin/death etc then LOCK EM UP AND LEAVE EM.
Sue Gandy was sentenced to MANDATORY LIFE in Queensland but didn't serve such a sentence.
MANDATORY SENTENCING FOR DRUG TRAFFICKING. If not then as Action Force Elite points out, this will continue:
'... thousands of acres of opium protected as a major economic resource for parties seemingly unknown.'
If this is not going to be seriously addressed then free all the drug dealers, growers, pushers, users, and wipe laws that dish out the penalties since they are only a sham.
jtm

Melbourne, Australia

#5 Aug 28, 2012
ever heard of police entrapment? since you don't know the facts of the case, and very obviously you don't, i suggest you keep your ignorant and ill-informed opinions to yourself.
Aussie Bob

Adelaide, Australia

#6 Aug 28, 2012
Action Force Elite wrote:
Life for trafficing drugs into Australia. We have something in common with the Indos after all. Meanwhile we are aprticipating in a "war", that sees thousands of acres of opium protected as a major economic resource for parties seemingly unknown.
Our leaders in the West need those fields in good condition so they can maintain their sweet profits. It isn't really that complicated & they have been doing it as long as I can remember.
jtm

Strathfield, Australia

#7 Aug 30, 2012
sue gandy is who i am refering to.
convhis

Wembley, Australia

#8 Sep 7, 2012
not surprising really!; you just have to have a look at the DPP's teams and their coke sniffing low life useless members to realize why there are so many blunders in the legal system, I can not see much difference between the accused and the prosecutors;; the same trash, in opposite teams

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