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Bundaberg District Court – no conviction recorded and no reporting conditions

Rian Dwyer also instructed Counsel in the District Court relative to a woman charged with a sexual offence. Due to the circumstances of the case it was successfully argued that a conviction should be recorded. The District Court Judge agreed with the submissions and no convictions were recorded. The non-recording of the convictions meant that the client was not subject to any reporting obligations.


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