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Court report for contested hearing on Conduct Endangering Person. Hearing was a summary offence in the Magistrate's Court.

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Farrow. 2. Overview of Case Criminal offence occurred on 12 March, 2015. Committal 17 November, 2015. Numerous adjournments. Trial on 24 March, 2016. Corn (accused) on bail. Corn represented by Ms. McQue, Barrister. Instructing solicitor Ms. Bee. Police prosecutor Leading Constable Bloggs assisted by Leading Constable Plod. Corn pleaded guilty to Possess, Use or Carry a Prohibited Weapon. Pleaded not guilty to Conduct Endangering Person. On 12 March 2015 Wheat and his wife visited Corn’s property seeking advice about tree planting. After 10 minutes an argument happened. Corn ordered Wheat off his property. The argument became more heated. Corn went to his car and took out a rifle at the same time calling his dog. Wheat grabbed a steel bar from his car and began hitting the verandah and Corn’s car to distract the 1 ________________ dog from coming near him. Corn ...
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