The Queen v David Dixon Jabaltjari [NTR]

JurisdictionNorthern Territory
CourtSupreme Court
JudgeAsche C.J.,Martin,Angel JJ.
Judgment Date03 November 1989
Docket NumberNo. CA 4 of 1989
Date03 November 1989
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  • James Nelson Fusimalohi v The Queen [ACTCA]
    • Australia
    • Court of Appeal of ACT
    • 12 December 2012
    ...21 R v Campbell [2010] ACTCA 20 R v Cao (2006) 65 NSWLR 552 R v Dunmall [2008] VSCA 22 R v Healey (2008) 186 A Crim R 433 R v Jabaltjari (1989) 64 NTR 1 R v Olbrich (1999) 199 CLR 270 R v Pajic and Bulger (1990) 48 A Crim R 239 R v Pajic (2009) 23 VR 527 R v Relph [2002] ACTCA 6 R v Storey ......
  • Public Prosecutor v Yap Weng Wah
    • Singapore
    • High Court (Singapore)
    • 20 March 2015
    ...nor with regret at the position in which an applicant now finds him or herself’. As Asche CJ sardonically remarked [in Jabaltjari (1989) 64 NTR 1 at 10]: … the difference between being sorry for what one has done and sorry for being caught is a difference which judges may not always wish to......
  • Eric Allan Kelly v The Queen
    • Australia
    • Court of Criminal Appeal
    • 30 June 2000
    ...v R (1998) 123 NT 16, applied Siganto v The Queen (1998) 105 A Crim R 184, applied R v Ireland (1987) 49 NTR 10, applied R v Jabaltjari (1989) 64 NTR 1, applied R v Mulholland (1991) 1 NTLR 1, referred to. Corrigan (1993) 70 A Crim R 53, considered R v Harris & Simmonds (1992) 59 SASR 3......
  • Dennis James Canet v Peter William Hales
    • Australia
    • Supreme Court
    • 13 November 2001
    ...189 — considered Young (1990) VR 951 — referred Mulholland (1991) 102 FLR 465 — referred Ireland (1987) 49 NTR 10 — referred Jabaltjari (1989) 64 NTR 1 — referred Kelly (2000) 113 A Crim R 263 — considered Criminal Code 1999 (NT) — s.154 Justices Act 1928 (NT) APPEAL — Justices Criminal Law......
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