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English View all editions and formats Rating: Name of victim Tegan Lane. Kiesha Abrahams R v Abrahams – murder of daughter – care and protection – neglect.

Mario Guzzetti R v Leung – murder – manslaughter – double jeopardy laws.

This single location in New South Wales: Anita Cobby R v Murphy. Murder – domestic violence R v Mulvihill – murder of Rachelle Yeo – domestic violence. TG v R Young driver – dangerous driving occasioning death.

Criminal procedure — Study and teaching. Home All editions This editionEnglish, Book edition: Please create a new list with a new name; move some lic to a new or existing list; or delete some items. Statistics Statistics can be helpful for evaluating the effectiveness of the legal system: Leo Nguyen R v Cooper – baby left in back of stolen car.

Open to the public Book English Show 0 more libraries Belanglo backpacker victims R v Milat – Belanglo backpacker murders.

Skip to content Skip to search. Joseph Thomas R v Thomas – Terrorism and control orders. Children exposed to cultivation of cannabis plants R v Bui. Many librray the cases covered are on violent crimes and contain very graphic details libbrary may shock or disturb readers. This was the second time Lane had concealed a pregnancy and birth but she had arranged for that baby to be adopted.


David Rixon R v Jacobs – mandatory life sentence for murder of police officer – s19B of Crimes Act NSW applied – find this case and other earlier decisions involving the murder of a police officer.

R v GS Rowan Barker – stabbing attack by teenager.

Euthanasia Graeme Wylie – R v Justins. R v Llibrary Manslaughter by unlawful and dangerous act causing death – use of “neurolaw” in sentencing. Michelle Beets R v Marsh – murder. Murder R v Burrell – murder of Kerry Whelan. John Newman R v Ngo – murder of politician.

Criminal procedure — Study and teaching — New South Wales. Vicious attack Lauren Huxley – R v Farmer. Murder of wife and ccrime R v Walsh.

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LIAC Crime Library

Manslaughter by unlawful and dangerous act R v Loveridge – manslaughter by unlawful and dangerous act of Thomas Kelly. Peter Falconio R v Murdoch – outback murder. Would you also like to submit a review for this item? The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.

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Now a sentence of mandatory life imprisonment is to be given. Legal Information Access Centre, LIAC does not intend that the inclusion of cases in this guide should be interpreted as a suggestion to read such material. Warnings have been placed on the cases that are the most extreme. R v Reynolds; R v Small Boating accident on Sydney Harbour – manslaughter – collision between vessels on harbour – dangerous navigation causing death.


Ian and Anna Hughes R liad Johnson – robbery and murder. R v Fraser R v Fraser – murder of children. R v Ward Eli Westlake – murder.

Australian Institute of Criminology publications A – Z list of subjects. Many of the cases covered are on violent crimes and contain very graphic details that may shock or disturb readers. Judge’s instructions to jury R v De Gruchy – murder of mother and brother and sister. You also may like to try some of these bookshopswhich may or may not sell this item. Domestic violence R v Gittany – murder of Lisa Harnum.

Dorothy Davis R v Burrell. LIAC provides quality legal information liwc NSW communities through the public library network, the dedicated Find Legal Answers website and by working collaboratively with key agencies. R v Gilham R v Gilham – murder of parents and brother.