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Bail for client who was advised he had no chance

RELATED TO: Break and Enter, Drug Offences, Robbery Offences, Stealing / Larceny Offences, Bail Applications
CRIMINAL CASE

In Campbelltown Local Court, Sydney Criminal Lawyers® successfully obtained bail for a 23 year old ‘repeat offender’ who was advised by his former solicitors and barrister that he had no chance of getting bail.

The man has several previous convictions for robbery, larceny, drugs and break & enter offences.

Most significantly, he was already on strict conditional bail including a night-time curfew for ‘aggravated break, enter & steal’ at the time of his present charges.

His present charges involve him allegedly ‘break & entering’ a home, stealing credit cards and using those cards shortly thereafter to make purchases at 2 nearby petrol stations and a convenience store, at a time when he was supposed to be home for his curfew.

According to the police ‘facts’, his use of the stolen cards is captured on CCTV footage and he had was in possession of receipts from the purchases when arrested.

Sydney Criminal Lawyers® obtained bail despite all of those factors.

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