Backdating contract illegal
The daughter of appellant & deceased gave evidence as to appellant's jealousy. Prisoner claimed the victim approached him holding a small kitchen knife.
Intent to kill - state of mind - jealous & violent disposition - tendency evidence - whether error in admission of evidence - proviso. SIEVERS, Robert Theo - NSW SC, Sully J, Citation: R v Sievers  NSWSC 1257Remarks on Sentence. He said he took the knife from her, folded his arms about her in order to quieten her down, struggled with her, then totally lost it & stabbed her fatally with the knife.
He wrapped the body in a sheet of black plastic & placed it in the boot of his car.
The next day he drew money out of the victim's bank account & drove up the coast.
Yes, that’s the problem and that’s when backdating comes in.
Ideally, the agreement would be signed when you first started working together, but that didn’t happen.
CAKOVSKI, Daniel - NSW SC, O'Keefe J, 8.1.2003Citation: R v Cakovski  NSWSC 1Remarks on Sentence. The offence involved the multiple stabbing of a 53 year old man during the course of a robbery.
Issue of provocation left to the jury together with issue of self-defence.
Supply of questionnaire to jury by trial judge - whether substitute for oral directions - jury request for 'previous testimony' of witness - testimony not in evidence - need for independent pathologist - failure to supply photographic evidence - jury member conflict of interest - circumstantial case. RISCUTA, Doru - CCA, 6.2.2003NIGA, Mariana Heydon JA, Hulme J, Carruthers AJCitation: R v Riscuta and Niga  NSWCCA 6Conviction and sentence appeals.
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