Medicare backdating documentation

25 Jan

2 x supply methylamphetamine; 1 x supply commercial quantity methylamphetamine.

The offences came to light following a police task force investigation into the distribution of methylamphetamine on the Central Coast of NSW.

The 2 passengers both suffered a number of serious injuries.

Blood taken from the applicant about an hour after the collision gave a reading of 0.173. HAYEK, Fadi - CCA, 30.1.2006 Giles JA, Howie J Citation: Hayek v R [2006] NSWCCA 5 Sentence appeal Take & drive conveyance without consent of owner; possess implements to enter & drive conveyance; 4 summary offences on a s.166 certificate (dangerous drive, possess methylamphetamine, carry cutting weapons, drive whilst disqualified). Applicant stole an unattended car that had been left with the keys in the ignition.

He demanded that the victim hand over his laptop & a small bag. The victim also left the train & dialled 000 on his mobile phone.

Whether sentence excessive - guilty plea at earliest opportunity - remorse - ill-health of elderly father - rehabilitation. Before the jury was empanelled, objection was taken on behalf of the accused to part of a conversation she had with police officers.

Aged 37 - disabled pensioner (renal failure) - guilty plea - priors - previous imprisonment. 1 x supply commercial quantity heroin; 1 x supply heroin on an ongoing basis; Form 1 matters. Whilst intercepting calls on Vincent Caccamo's telephone, police became aware that the applicant was a source of drugs supplied to Caccamo.

They conducted an investigation of the applicant using telephone intercepts, listening devices, surveillance, bank records & an induced statement by Caccamo.

BICHAR, Therry Gillar - CCA, 23.1.2006 Basten JA, Howie & Hall JJ Citation: Bichar v R [2006] NSWCCA 1 Sentence appeal. When the train arrived, they boarded the train & the applicant sat behind the victim. As the train approached Sefton station, the applicant put his right arm around the victim's neck & held a used syringe to the left side of the victim's neck.

Whilst waiting for a train at Liverpool station, the applicant struck up a conversation with the victim.