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Case Result Feb 2018 Client charged with deprivation of liberty and acts intended to endanger the life, safety and health of another charges - after negotiations with the prosecution the charges withdrawn and client released from prison immediately

1 December 2017 Client - prior to Shadgett Legal involvement - bail refused on possess drug with intent to sell/supply

Home detention bail application granted

November 2017 Client acquitted of aggravated burglary after trial in Perth district court

8/1/18 After negotiations with police prosecuting - police withdrew:

  1. Common assualt
  2. Re enter licensed premises
  3. Remain in vicinity of licensed premises

8/1/18 Client granted spent conviction order for disorderly conduct offence

11/1/18 Client acquitted after trial in the Perth District Court of:

  1. going armed to cause fear; and
  2. Doing an act intended to to cause bodily harm

6/12/17 Client charged with possessing 5kg of methylamphetamine with intent to sell or supply acquitted

17/11/17 client charged with no authority to drive acquitted after trial

12/11/17 client charged with assualt occasioning bodily harm acquitted after trial on the basis he was provoked

3/11/17 client charged with possessing 6gm of methlyamphetamine with intent to sell or supply - hung jury - prosecution then withdrew the charges

1/10/12 civil matter - our client successfully sued a friend for return of $9000 worth of firearms that he had loaned to his friend - the court granted our case for return of the property

Burglary Charge Withdrawn – February, 2011

Shadgett Legal client has burglary charge withdrawn prior to hearing through successful submissions to police. Client acquitted of possess cannabis with intent to sell or supply in District Court. Client acquitted of aggravated burglary after trial in the District Court. Shadgett Legal has clients deprivation of liberty charge withdrawn through successful submissions to police. Client's…
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Acquitted of Unlawful Wounding | Pub Glassing – November, 2010

Shadgett Legal client acquitted of unlawful wounding after successful defence of a pub glassing case at hearing in the Perth Magistrates Court. Shadgett Legal client has assault public officer and disorderly conduct charges withdrawn prior to hearing through successful submissions to police. Client with assault occasioning bodily harm charge receives spent conviction through successful submissions…
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Acquitted of Assault in the Perth Children’s Court – November, 2010

Shadgett Legal client acquitted in the Perth Children's Court of assault occasioning bodily harm in circumstances of aggravation. Perth Magistrates Court hearing sees Shadgett Legal client acquitted on a burglary charge. Further criminal damage charge withdrawn by police after successful negotiations. Shadgett Legal client has assault public officer and disorderly conduct charges withdrawn after successful…
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Possess Weapon and Trespass Charges Withdrawn – November 23, 2010

Perth Children's Court possess weapon and trespass charges withdrawn prior to hearing through successful submissions to the State DPP. Shadgett Legal client has District Court grievous bodily harm charge substituted with a Magistrates Court assault occasioning bodily harm charge through successful negotiations with police. Shadgett legal client with acts intended to cause bodily harm charge…
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Recent successes

Through successful submissions to the State DPP, Shadgett Legal client has arson charge discontinued prior to the District Court trial. Shadgett Legal client with riot and and acts intended to injure charge has matter withdrawn prior to District Court trial through successful submissions to the State DPP.
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Grievous Bodily Harm Charge Discontinued – November, 2010

Through successful submissions to the State DPP, Shadgett Legal client has grievous bodily harm charge discontinued prior to the District Court trial. Acquittal of a stealing charge against a Shadgett Legal client in the Busselton Magistrates Court. Midland Magistrates Court hearing sees Shadgett Legal client acquitted of an excess 0.08 driving charge.
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