The Queen v Talbot, Mark Anthony

JurisdictionTasmania
JudgeCrawford CJ,Blow J,Porter J
Judgment Date18 December 2009
CourtSupreme Court of Tasmania
Date18 December 2009
Docket NumberCCA 531/2009
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4 cases
  • Green v The Queen
    • Australia
    • High Court
    • 6 December 2011
    ...v Abdulla (2011) 109 SASR 258; R v Saunders [2011] SASCFC 37; WA: Western Australia v Atherton (2009) 197 A Crim R 119; Tas: R v Talbot [2009] TASSC 107; Director of Public Prosecutions v Chatters [2011] TASCCA 29 CAR Act, s 68A(1). 30 CAR Act, Sched 1, Pt 8. Section 68A came into effect on......
  • Bui v Director of Public Prosecutions (Cth)
    • Australia
    • High Court
    • 9 February 2012
    ...Prosecutions (Cth) v De La Rosa (2010) 273 ALR 324 (Court of Criminal Appeal of the Supreme Court of New South Wales); contra R v Talbot [2009] TASSC 107 (Court of Criminal Appeal of the Supreme Court of 14 Section 68(1) provides: ‘The laws of a State or Territory respecting the arrest and ......
  • DPP v Chatters, Katrina Ann [TASCCA]
    • Australia
    • Court of Criminal Appeal
    • 30 June 2011
    ...101; Director of Public Prosecutions v Blyth [2010] TASCCA 10; Director of Public Prosecutions v Broadby [2010] TASCCA 13. In R v Talbot [2009] TASSC 107, this Court took the view that s402(4A)(b) did not apply to sentencing appeals relating to offences against Commonwealth legislation. The......
  • Buddle, Jeremy Philip v The Queen [TASCCA]
    • Australia
    • Court of Criminal Appeal
    • 17 August 2011
    ...criminal conduct than accessing it: R v Oliver (2003) 1 Cr App R 28 at par[12]; Colbourn v R [2009] TASSC 108 at par[33]; R v Talbot [2009] TASSC 107 at par[9]. Counsel for the respondent rightly conceded that the possession charge was the more serious charge in this case. However the quest......

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