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RIVKIN, Rene Walter - CCA, 5.2.2004 - 59 NSWLR 284 (reported in part)Mason P, Wood CJ at CL, Sully JCitation: R v Rivkin  NSWCCA 7Conviction and sentence appeal. Appellant was found guilty of contravening s.1002G(2) Corporations Act 2001.Appellant traded in Qantas shares after being informed by the Executive Chairman of Impulse Airlines that his company was awaiting ACCC approval for the merger of Impulse with Qantas.LI, Wu - CCA, Spigelman CJ, Dunford & Hidden JJCitation: R v Li  NSWCCA 407Conviction appeal. Complainant gave evidence of appellant gaining entry to her unit on the night of the offences, of assaulting her & threatening her with a knife & preventing her from leaving the unit.She went out onto the balcony & tried climbing over the railing to the level below in order to obtain help, however, she slipped & fell 2 storeys onto a concrete driveway & suffered severe injuries, resulting in quadriplegia.Whether pleas entered under undue pressure - whether sentences excessive. TRAN, Donny Minh - CCA, 5.2.2004James & Buddin JJCitation: R v Tran  NSWCCA 6Sentence appeal.1 x robbery with corporal violence; 1 x attempted robbery with corporal violence; Form 1 matters (robbery in company, attempt robbery in company). The robbery with corporal violence & the Form 1 matters were committed by applicant in the company of 3 juveniles.
Whether sentences manifestly excessive - whether insufficient weight given to subjective features. All offences were perpetrated upon the same victim.
The victims of all offences were aged 14 or 15 at the time.
Each of the victims was injured, although not seriously.
Evidence of prior incidents of violence - whether wrongly admitted - relationship evidence - tendency evidence - probative value - unfair prejudice - whether directions adequate. WILSON, Linda - NSW SC, Miles AJ, Citation: R v Wilson  NSWSC 1257Remarks on Sentence. Offender went to trial on a charge of murder, however, the jury returned a verdict of not guilty of murder but guilty of manslaughter.
The prosecution case was that the offender, who was the foster mother of the 2 year old deceased, had inflicted injuries upon the child with intent to cause GBH & that the child had died from those injuries.