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All offences were said to have been committed in circumstances of aggravation, the complainant being aged 13 at the time. He was convicted on the 2nd count & acquitted on all other counts.Niga: conspire to supply prohibited drug (heroin) - 6y with NPP of 4*y.Police intercepted telephone conversations between Niga & Riscuta, wherein it was agreed that Riscuta would hand over a quantity of heroin to Niga's brother-in-law to enable him to make a delivery.The brother-in-law arrived at Riscuta's unit & received 193 grams of heroin, a bus ticket, a piece of an envelope on which the delivery address was written & $500 in cash. Argument was led regarding evidence of appellant's ingestion of alcohol & Zoloft.
Admissibility of voice identification evidence - relevance - s.55(1) Evidence Act 1995 - probative value - whether trial judge's direction on voice identification evidence adequate - over-confidence in witness - whether witness' prior familiarity with voice identified amounted to unfair prejudice - s.137 Evidence Act - identification evidence - s.116 Evidence Act - whether summing up satisfactory - perverse verdict - execution of search warrant at night - Jones v Dunkel (1959) 101 CLR 298 - failure to call particular witness - operation of proviso to s.6(1) Criminal appeal Act 1912. ANDREWS, Stephen John - CCA, 6.2.2003Heydon JA, Hulme & Hidden JJCitation: R v Andrews  NSWCCA 7Conviction and sentence appeal. Appellant killed his wife by firing shots from a .22 calibre rifle. There was expert evidence as to their effect upon appellant.
The syndicate's operations were the subject of extensive police surveillance over a 3 month period.
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