Trafficking, drug use, possess drugs, cultivating, possessing, using drugs, clandestine laboratories, meth labs
Assault, assault with a weapon, intentionally causing serious injury, threat to kill
Indecent assault, rape, sexual assault, indecent exposure, incest, sexual penetration of a child under 16
Possess a firearm, unregistered firearms, possess a longarm, prohibited person in possession of a firearm
Shoplifting, theft from employer, bank fraud, centrelink fraud, obtaining property by deception
Drink driving, drug driving, speeding, driving while disqualified, driving while suspended, unlicensed driving
Murder, manslaughter, culpable driving, defensive homicide, negligent manslaughter
Magistrates Court, County Court, revocation of bail, conditions of bail reporting to police
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Herald Sun, April 2016
The niece of independent federal MP Cathy McGowan says she feels vindicated after electoral fraud allegations against her were dropped.
Maggie Ellen McGowan, 27, and her friend Sophie Petrea Fuchsen, 24, were charged with providing false and misleading information after Australian Federal Police alleged they voted in the seat of Indi while living in Melbourne during the 2013 election.
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ABC News, February 2016
The man accused of defrauding former Woman's Day editor Nene King out of tens of thousands of dollars has been found not guilty of all charges by a Victorian County Court.
Colin Hahne was charged with 35 counts of theft, fraud and falsifying documents.
Karen Percy - ABC News, February 2016
An Iraqi-born Australian has avoided jail time after being convicted of assisting people smuggling after helping relatives to come to Australia four years ago.
Wasim Buka, 45, pleaded guilty to two charges of assisting people smuggling after helping his niece, her husband and another relative to reach Australia in late 2011 and early 2012.