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Upon arrest, & after talking on the phone to his solicitor, appellant told the police officer that he would not speak to him until his solicitor arrived.
Despite this, the police officer took the appellant to the interview room & proceeded to interrogate him. DAWSON, Khan John - CCA, Hulme & Barr JJCitation: R v Dawson  NSWCCA 399Sentence appeal.22x sexual assault offences (sexual intercourse, sexual intercourse without consent, aggravated indecent assault, unlawfully administer stupefying drug with intent to commit indecent assault). There were 5 complainants, some of whom were aged between 14, 15.
Join criminal enterprise - directions to jury - character evidence. OLIG, Shane Eugen - NSW SC, Adams J, Citation: R v Olig  NSWSC 1242Remarks on sentence. The deceased died as a result of a fire in her home which was lit by the accused.
Shortly after the fire, the accused made a number of statements to police & doctors admitting he had lit the fire.
Murder & offences taken into account - MT 18y, AT 5y; Robbery in company - FT 8y.
The robbery in company & the murder arose out of two separate offences involving the applicant & others attacking, robbing and beating taxi drivers.
Sentencing judge found applicant was the leader in all attacks. Two offences involved digital penetration which complainant asserted occurred when she was 4 & 5.
The trial of the 2 co-accused began in February 2000 & concluded in May 2000 with the jury unable to reach a unanimous verdict. ROWE, Robert James - CCA, 19.1.2001 - 50 NSWLR 510; 118 A Crim R 421Fitzgerald JA, Ireland J, Smart AJCitation: R v Rowe  NSWCCA 1Stated case for determination on question of law arising from the trial judge's decision to admit evidence of a police officer of a conversation which the officer said he had with the appellant.
GRAFF, Julius - CCA, 30.1.2001Giles JA, Hulme & How ie JJCitation: R v Graff  NSWCCA 3Sentence appeal.
Robbery in company; murder; 2 further offences taken into account (AOABH, maliciously inflict GBH).
Applicant & co-offender also provided bank with false documents representing the Applicant as someone else & signed a loan document.
The true value of the items being financed was far less than that represented to the bank.