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After a hearing to decide whether he should be kept behind bars Justice Martin Daubney ruled Mr Griffin should be released because there was no longer any danger he would breach his supervision order. He was jailed again in June last year after he lost his temper with his supervisors because they put him on a hour curfew when his online romance soured.
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The June incident was his third breach. Defence lawyer Jeff Clarke said his client had bi-polar disorder but a court had declared he was fit to stand trial. Trinette Stevens 18th May AM. Premium Content The workplace where suicidal thoughts are running rife.
An year-old man has been remanded in custody over an attack an year-old woman in Rockhampton this week After two and a half years of continued violation, the youngster found the courage to speak to his parents and tell them about the abuse. The teenager has been hospitalised in previous years from severe PTSD, and has spent days in a psychosis.
Documents released by the Queensland Justice Department, under freedom of information laws, in March show there are presently 94 people who have been released from jail but remain subject to police monitoring because their crimes were of a violent sexual nature or involved children.
News Big businesses will soon be forced to declare how long they were taking to pay back He used his mother's computer to browse for child exploitation images. Green pleaded guilty to the assaults, and a failure to appear in court, contravening a police direction, possessing a small amount of dangerous drugs and possessing two bongs.
Corrective Services Minister Neil Roberts says satellite monitoring of sex offenders starts today in Queensland