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Adam Cooper - The Age, November 2015
A young Melbourne man once accused of being involved in a terror plot planned for Anzac Day has avoided a conviction and further time in custody over weapons offences.
Harun Causevic, 18, was arrested on April 18 with four other teenagers, in relation to an alleged plot to run down and behead a police officer at an Anzac Day service and then use the officer's gun on a shooting rampage.
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Steve Butcher - The Age, November 2015
A trusted member of former Victorian premier Ted Baillieu's staff who defrauded more than $18,000 from his personal cheque account – and forged his signature to do so – has pleaded guilty to four deception charges.
Patrick Mitchell - Law Institute Victoria, October 2015
The Western Bulldogs Football Club isn’t known as one of the powerhouse clubs of the AFL. It’s dwarfed by the likes of Collingwood, Essendon, Carlton and Hawthorn in terms of membership, revenue and premierships.
But the club is home to some of Victoria’s sharpest legal minds.
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Sam Clark and Dan Oakes - ABC News September 9 2015
Prosecutors have dropped terror financing charges against a Melbourne pizza shop worker due to a lack of evidence.
Hassan El Sabsabi, 24, was charged last year with sending funds to Islamic State (IS) and Jabhat al Nusra, but in the Supreme Court today prosecutors announced they were not proceeding with the charges.