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VLAD allegation argued away

31 March 2016

Ms T was charged as being an associate to a criminal organisation and charged with Trafficking in a Schedule 1 drug (heroin). She was elderly with limited criminal history. Following negotiations at the initial court appearance the allegation that Ms T was a “vicious lawless associate” was not proceeded with.

Whilst bail was opposed, the court granted our application for bail noting that the proceedings could take a couple of years to resolve. Ms T had not previously spent time in custody and was relieved to be able to attend to her defence of the charge in the community rather than from a jail cell.


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