DPP v M

JurisdictionTasmania
CourtSupreme Court of Tasmania
JudgeSlicer J,Evans J,Blow J
Judgment Date23 March 2005
Docket NumberCCA 77/2004
Date23 March 2005
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4 cases
  • DPP v T [Tascca]
    • Australia
    • Court of Criminal Appeal
    • December 21, 2012
    ...sexual acts constituting the crime had been charged as separate crimes.Director of Public Prosecutions v M (2005) 154 A Crim R 475, [2005] TASSC 14, per Evans J at par[38], with whom Blow J agreed on matters of principle; Director of Public Prosecutions v B (2009) Tas R 14, [2009] TASSC 42,......
  • Richman, Peter Robin v State of Tasmania [TASCCA]
    • Australia
    • Court of Criminal Appeal
    • December 21, 2011
    ...difficult to establish a sentencing range for it, Crowley v R [2003] TASSC 147, par[18], and Director of Public Prosecutions v M [2005] TASSC 14, pars[9], [33] and [34]. I am in little doubt that the extremely wide range of conduct that can be encompassed by a conviction for this crime coul......
  • DPP v Stu [TASCCA]
    • Australia
    • Court of Criminal Appeal
    • August 8, 2012
    ...under 17;Richman v Tasmania [2011] TASCCA 18 par[40], Crowley v R [2003] TASSC 147 par[18] and Director of Public Prosecutions v M [2005] TASSC 14 pars[9], [33] and [34]. For this reason it is also difficult to sustain a ground of appeal that contends that a sentence for this crime is eithe......
  • B v DPP
    • Australia
    • Supreme Court of Tasmania
    • March 23, 2005
    ...31 The appeal was heard by a court differently constituted during the same Term as that of the Director of Public Prosecutions v M [2005] TASSC 14 which involved a sentence of four years' imprisonment imposed for a single count of maintaining a sexual relationship with a young family member......

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