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Court of Appeal Backs Bail for Alleged Importer

Queensland's Court of Appeal yesterday has upheld a Judge's decision to grant bail to a man who allegedly imported 58 kgs of heroin, with a street value of $15 million dollars. Bosscher Lawyers' Tim Meehan successfully argued that his client, Vietnamese-Australian Tam Minh Dang, despite being...

Bosscher Lawyers Appear on Stay Application

Bosscher Lawyers are acting for Vietnamese-Australian Tam Minh Danga who is at the centre of alleged importation of 58kg of heroin - worth an estimated $15 million. Dang, in company with others was arrested during a surveillance operation by Australian Federal Police that discovered 78 packages...

Late Complaints in Sexual Abuse Matters

In the last 5 – 10 years there seems to have been a substantial increase in the amount of complaints to authorities of sexual abuse arising from incidents allegedly occurring decades previous. Whilst allegations of this nature are particularly serious, the passage of time muddies numerous...

Carmody Inquiry Continues

Solicitor Michael Bosscher, representing whistle-blower Kevin Lindeberg has cross-examined former Families Minister Anne Warner, during the course of another day in the Carmody Inquiry. The inquiry is examining the 22-year-old “Heiner affair”, also known as Shreddergate, which centres on the destruction of documents from a 1988...

Cowan Committed to Stand Trial

Daniel Morcombe's accused murderer has been committed to stand trial in Queensland's Supreme Court. Mr Cowan will face the Supreme Court accused of child stealing, deprivation of liberty, indecently dealing with a child, murder and interfering with a corpse. Cowan did not apply for bail at the...

Alleged Admissions by Morcombe Accused

Brett Peter Cowan, the man charged with the murder of Daniel Morcombe allegedly admitted to Queensland Police that it only took seconds to lure Daniel Morcombe from where he was waiting for a bus on the Sunshine Coast before driving him to an abandoned building...