DPP v Latham, Lindsay Gordon

CourtSupreme Court of Tasmania
JudgeEvans J,Porter J
Judgment Date12 November 2009
Date12 November 2009
Docket Number373/2009
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6 cases
  • The Queen v Raymond Harrison [ECSC]
    • British Virgin Islands
    • High Court (British Virgin Islands)
    • 11 July 2014
    ...Convicted Of Child Pornography And Child Abuse Material Offences by Pierrette Mizzi, Tom Gotsis, Patrizia Poletti; DPP (Tas) v Latham [2009] TASSC 101 at paragraph 24 [2009] NSWCCA 89 25 (1995) 105 CCC (3d) 187 at 191 26 Category A starting point of 1 year; Category B staring point 26 week......
  • DPP v Chatters, Katrina Ann [TASCCA]
    • Australia
    • Court of Criminal Appeal
    • 30 June 2011
    ...since, whatever its effect, it would not make any difference to the outcome of the appeal: Director of Public Prosecutions v Latham [2009] TASSC 101; Director of Public Prosecutions v Blyth [2010] TASCCA 10; Director of Public Prosecutions v Broadby [2010] TASCCA 13. In R v Talbot [2009] TA......
  • The Queen v Talbot, Mark Anthony
    • Australia
    • Supreme Court of Tasmania
    • 18 December 2009
    ...relating to sentencing for child pornography offences were recently reviewed by this Court, differently constituted, inDPP v Latham [2009] TASSC 101. In his judgment in that case at par33, Porter J listed a series of propositions relevant to sentencing in child pornography cases. I entirely......
  • Colbourn, Michael John v The Queen
    • Australia
    • Supreme Court of Tasmania
    • 10 December 2009
    ...Colbourn, Michael John and The Queen Hutchins v Western Australia [2006] WASCA 258 , followed. Aust Dig Criminal Law [3250] DPP v Latham [2009] TASSC 101 , referred to. Aust Dig Criminal Law [3521] Criminal Law — Appeal and new trial — Sentence — Relevant factors — Nature and circumstances ......
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