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Alleged Murderer in Court

Joan Ryther’s Alleged Murderer in Court

The teenager accused of murdering Queensland woman Joan Ryther in 2013 is due to face court for a committal hearing. The 19-year-old, represented by Michael Bosscher of Bosscher Lawyers, is expected to face the Beenleigh Magistrates Court on Tuesday. He is accused of raping and murdering 27-year-old...

sophie Collombet

Sophie Collombet’s Alleged Murderer to Face Committal Hearing

Benjamin James Milward, 25, had his case briefly mentioned in the Brisbane Magistrates Court today. Bosscher Lawyers' Lawyer Michael Bosscher asked that a scheduled directions hearing be abandoned so the case could instead be listed for a one-day committal hearing. The request was not opposed by Crown...

Toowoomba Home Invasion

Three Charged Over Violent Toowoomba Home Invasion

Criminal Lawyers Brisbane at Bosscher Lawyers' solicitor Claire Graham applied for bail on behalf of three people charged with what police have called, "a violent home invasion." Gregory Phillip Lance, 31, of Arundel, Bailey James Allan Harris, 17, of Labrador, and Shaianne Bree Harris, 26, of...

Alex Jones Defends Alleged Murderer

Alex Jones Defends Alleged Murderer

The man at the centre of a police investigation into the death of a 34 year old male in Spring Hill has sought legal representation by high-profile criminal law firm Brisbane, Bosscher Lawyers. It is alleged that Aaron Stewart, 34, was stabbed to the chest and...

Grandmother Accused

Grandmother Accused of Attempted Murder Released from Prison

The woman, 58, charged with four counts of attempted murder, attempted arson and interfering with a corpse at a Morayfield home, was due to be released late yesterday after an address was found. Police allege she tried to kill two of her step-grandsons, aged 9 and...

DNA Evidence

QLD authorities confirm miscode affects DNA evidence in criminal cases

In a colossal technical error, it has been found that DNA evidence has being bungled in dozens of Queensland crimes, including the murder of pregnant Logan woman Joan Ryther. Queensland authorities confirmed the “minor miscode” had affected DNA likelihood ratios in 60 cases, prompting defence lawyers...