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No conviction for Commonwealth offences

The Federal legislation applying to applications to not record a conviction for Commonwealth offences is notoriously difficult to overcome when it comes to sentencing. Proceedings were commenced against Mr M for importing a number of items (including novelty tasers). The proceedings against Mr M were commenced a number of years after the initial detection of the importation.
Following the importation, Mr M had matured from a teenager and was pursuing a career with a prominent football club. Given the minor nature of the items, coupled with the significant delay in the prosecution bringing the proceedings, the court agreed not to record a conviction.​


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