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Applicant's case for special facts or special circumstances was that relevant information was now available which was not known to applicant or reasonably ascertainable by him prior to the committal hearing.Application for bail not entertained following an earlier order of the SC revoking bail - no question of principle.
Maliciously inflict GBH; supply prohibited drug (25.53 grams methylamphetamine); a charge of possess cannabis leaf taken into account. From the wrong side of the road, appellant overtook a car driven by victim's wife.The other 2 deals each involved 7 grams for which applicant received $300 on each occasion.Applicant was the proprietor of a service station in Cessnock.Self-incrimination - objection taken - already convicted of offence - possible appeal - whether reasonable grounds for objection - application of s.128 Evidence Act 1995.Held: Objection to answering questions on ground of self-incrimination overruled, subject to objection to particular questions.Because hair follicles, sweat glands & sebaceous glands have been destroyed, she has problems with temperature control. Guilty plea - 'worst case'category - whether sentencing error - R v Thomson & Houlton (2000) 49 NSWLR 383 - contrition - subjective features - weight given. BIKIC, Ned - CCA, Giles JA, Sully & Levine JJCitation: R v Bikic  NSWCCA 537Conviction appeal.1 x murder; 1 x manslaughter.
(See R v Bikic  NSWSC 571 for details.)Appellant sought to place before the CCA new evidence from participants in the above offences to the effect that appellant was not present at the time of the offences or that they did not see him when the shootings occurred.
Evidence was received from one witness, whereupon the Crown commenced cross examination of that witness.
Objection was taken on the grounds of self-incrimination.
Desire to undertake treatment for alcohol abuse - when not affected by alcohol, behaviour unexceptional - excellent work record. LU LU - NSW SC, 29.1.2002Citation: R v Lu Lu  NSWSC 14Judgment on application for bail.
Knowingly concerned in the importation of commercial quantity amphetamine; knowingly concerned in importation of commercial quantity heroin.
HOFER, Rudolph - CCA, Wood CJ at CL, Sperling JCitation: R v Hofer  NSWCCA 544Sentence appeal.