The incident took place in a club & was captured on CCTV.
When arrested, the applicant declined to speak to police about the offences.
The applicant later agreed to an external body search & was found to have 4 packages concealed within her underwear.
The packages were found to contain 239 grams of heroin with a pure weight of 94.4 grams. She claimed that she had been approached to carry the packages into Australia for which she would be paid ,000.
Evidence - portions of "walk through" video tendered by defence at trial - prosecution objected to tender of whole video - in closing prosecutor invited jury to draw adverse inferences from portions played - trial judge refused to allow defence to re-open case to tender whole of video - whether re-opening ought to have been allowed - whether direction to jury required to overcome prejudicial effects of prosecutor's invitation.
Duty of prosecutor to tender all inculpatory statements - whether prosecutor obliged to tender "walk through" video in whole or in part.
The offences were committed against a 9 year old boy in a toilet.
The complainant told his mother & family friends immediately after the incident.
To avoid personalized advertising based on your mobile app activity, you can install the DAA’s App Choices app here.Objections not taken at trial - evidence of complaint - DNA evidence - jury making finding of guilt on one or more counts when considering any other count - whether miscarriage. TORO-MARTINEZ, Alejandro Arturo - NSW SC, Hall J, 1.2.2008Citation: Application of Toro-Martinez  NSWSC 34Application for inquiry or referral under s.78 Crimes (Appeal and Review) Act 2001 concerning sentence - applicant pleaded guilty to being knowingly concerned in the importation of not less than a trafficable quantity of cocaine contrary to s.233B(1)(d) Customs Act 1901 (Cth) - unsuccessful appeal against sentence to CCA - statutory scheme for review - perjury & investigative illegality alleged by applicant. STRUCZEWSKI, Patrick Michael - CCA, 1.2.2008Hodgson JA, Kirby & Buddin JJCitation: Struczewski v R  NSWCCA 8Sentence appeal.3 x BE&S; 2 x take & drive conveyance; Form 1 offences. The applicant broke into 3 residences & stole various items, including cash.After committing the 3rd offence, he removed 2 motor vehicles from the premises.The B&E offences were committed upon private residences.The 1st offence involved the him taking some electrical equipment.