Dishonestly obtain property by deception (fraud): Police v RNJ

Dishonestly obtain property by deception (fraud)

RNJ was charged with dishonestly obtaining property ( Section 192E Crimes Act 1900Section 32 Mental Health (Criminal Procedure) Act 1990 )following a pattern of behaviour where he would order products from TV infomercials, have them delivered to his house, and then cancel the credit card and phone number that he supplied to the company. RNJ would then sell the property online, using his sister’s house as the pick-up point. This racket continued for a year, by which time RNJ had obtained approximately $177K worth of kitchenware, vacuum cleaners and exercise equipment.

RNJ instructed his criminal defence lawyers to plead guilty to the charge.

Plea of guilty, good behaviour bond, partial compensation order

The defence pleaded guilty to the charge, and applied to have the sentence dealt by way of Section 9 Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999. The application was successful. The sentence handed down to RNJ was a three year good behaviour bond, and a partial compensation order was also made.

Contact O’Brien Criminal and Civil Solicitors on (02) 9261 4281 to set up a free appointment with the defence lawyers in our Sydney office. 24 hour phone / text: 0421 373 961

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