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Bail Application

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Bail Application Assessment. Received a Distinction. This Assessment is from Spring 2017.

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Law Criminal law Australian criminal law Crime Bail Canadian criminal law English criminal law Consent Crimes Act Grievous bodily harm
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Law Criminal law Australian criminal law Crime Bail Canadian criminal law English criminal law Consent Crimes Act Grievous bodily harm
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This is a release application your Honour seeking unconditional bail. My client has been charged with reckless wounding – in company, pursuant under s35 (3) of the Crimes Act 1900 (NSW). In 1986, she was previously convicted of intent to cause grievous bodily harm in accordance to s33 (1) of the Crimes Act. Your Honour this case is a show cause offence pursuant under s16B ss(c) of the Bail Act 2013 (NSW). Therefore, my client is to show cause why her detention is not justified according to s16A (1) of the Bail Act. Your Honour, my client has previously been physically and sexually assaulted while in prison and as a result she suffers post-traumatic stress disorder. She is currently on a drug trial for her mental disorder which requires...
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