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Finding of ‘Self Defence’ for Night Club Patron

RELATED TO: Affray, Common Assault, Assault Occasioning Actual Bodily Harm, Assault Charges, Public Order Offences, Penalties for Criminal Offences, NSW Penalties for Criminal Offences
CRIMINAL CASE

Charges of ‘Affray‘, ‘Assault Occasioning Actual Bodily Harm’ and ‘Common Assault’ were dismissed against a 27 year old night club patron who repeatedly punched a security officer, after the Court found that he may have acted in ‘self defence’.

The security officer sustained a broken nose and bruised eye during the incident, but the prosecution could not disprove the defence argument that the patron was defending himself against the guard’s aggression.

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