January 8, 2018

Common Assault Case Studies

Click on the case name to review common assault case studies in which O’Brien Criminal and Civil Solicitors have acted in. See the results we have achieved and what our clients have said about us.

Police v MBG

Common assault, Section 61 Crimes Act 1900 – representation – non-conviction conditional on good behaviour bond, Section 10(1)(b) Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999

YRW v Police

Key Words: All-grounds appeal – common assault, Section 61 Crimes Act 1900 – inconsistent prosecution evidence – conviction with no other penalty, Section 10A Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999

Police v BDI

Common assault, Section 61 Crimes Act 1900 – robbery in company, Section 97(1) Crimes Act 1900 – plea negotiation – good behaviour bond, Section 9 Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999

Police v DLO

Common assault, Section 61 Crimes Act 1900 – behave in offensive manner near public place, Section 4(1) Summary Offences Act 1988 – damage property by fire, Section 195(1)(B) Crimes Act 1900 – destroy or damage property, Section 195(1)(A) Crimes Act 1900 – contested hearing – fine – good behaviour bond, Section 9 Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999

Police v PYK

Common assault, Section 61 Crimes Act 1900 – affray, Section 93C(1) Crimes Act 1900 – defended hearing ­– contested evidence – self-defence

Police v DTA

Domestic violence – common assault, Section 61 Crimes Act 1900 – destroy or damage property, Section 195(1) Crimes Act 1900

Police v EPH

College students ­– plea negotiation ­– other charges withdrawn – common assault, Section 61 Crimes Act 1900 – plea of guilty – non-conviction order, with a good behaviour bond – served with an AVO

Police v AW

Common assault, Crimes Act 1900 Section 61 – town hall meeting ­– elevator scuffle – not guilty – costs awarded in favour of defendant

Police v NK

Common assault, Crimes Act 1900 section 61 – affray, Crimes Act 1900 section 93C – resist officer in execution of duty, Crimes Act 1900 section 58 – pub brawl – single punch – good behaviour bond, Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999 section 9 – suspended sentence, Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999 section 12

Police v NK

Common assault, Crimes Act 1900 section 61 – service station – non-conviction (dismissal of charges and conditional discharge of offender), Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999 section 10

Police v JK

Common assault – section 61 Crimes Act 1900  – custody of knife in public place – section 11C(1) Summary Offences Act 1988  – pub brawl – suspended sentence – section 12 Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999  – community service order – section 8 Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999 

Police v RW

Common assault of a minor – assault juvenile – role of provocation in sentencing – section 10 Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act

Police  v DT

Common Assault – section 61 Crimes Act 1900 – plea of not guilty – findings of fact by Magistrate – section 10 Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999

Police v AQ

Common Assault – section 61 Crimes Act 1900 – plea of not guilty – charges withdrawn

Police v SAF

Common Assault – section 61 Crimes Act 1900 – plea of not guilty – acquitted

Police v JC

Assault – plea of guilty – section 10 Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999 – 12 month good behaviour bond – apprehended violence order on mandatory terms

DPP v CU

Common assault – section 61 Crimes Act 1900 – affray – section 93C Crimes Act 1900 – resist officer in execution of duty – section 546C Crimes Act 1900 – self-defence

DPP v RO

Common assault – section 61 Crimes Act 1900 – section 10 Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999  – good behaviour bond

DPP v JF

Common assault – section 10 Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act – good behaviour bond

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