Lee, David Wei Meng v Tasmania, State of

JurisdictionTasmania
CourtSupreme Court of Tasmania
JudgeSlicer J,Evans J,Blow J
Judgment Date08 Nov 2006
Docket NumberCCA 55/2006
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3 cases
  • Lambert, Bradley R v Tasmania, The State of
    • Australia
    • Supreme Court of Tasmania
    • 26 September 2007
    ...hearing of the portion of the summing up that has been criticised:La Fontaine v R (1976) 136 CLR 62 per Barwick CJ at 72; Lee v Tasmania [2006] TASSC 92 at pars38 — 40. The Crown relies on those cases and contends that the silence of defence counsel should be taken as an indication that the......
  • Townsend, Bruce v State of Tasmania
    • Australia
    • Supreme Court of Tasmania
    • 30 March 2007
    ...it was argued for the appellant that ‘ultimately possession is a state of affairs … it is not an act or event’ citing Lee v Tasmania [2006] TASSC 92. That was an argument raised by counsel in that case, but not accepted by this Court, when dealing with the principles of common purpose that ......
  • Ian Taylor v Matthew Gale
    • Australia
    • Supreme Court of ACT
    • 10 August 2009
    ...R v Prior (1992) 112 FLR 388 Gillis v R [1994] SCWACCA (12 July 1994) R v Karoly Palaga [2001] SASC 174 Tasmania v David Wei Meng Lee [2006] TASSC 92 The Firearms Act 1996 (ACT) ss4CA, 16, 53, 62, 84A, 93, 98, 99, 104, 124, Crimes Act 1900 (ACT) s6, 298, Criminal Code 2002 (ACT) s8, 44 Legi......

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