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Robbery - Demand Money - s99

s99(1) Demand money with menaces or by force with intent to steal (10y)
s99(2) In company (14y) 
 

CaseOffencesPleaSentenceAppealRecordFacts

Christie

(37)

[1999] NSWCCA 444

2 x s.99PG

MT 3y

AT 1y

ADsexual offences

Demanded and received money from building society - Offences planned - Attempt to disguise - No weapon used but made threat.

Long history of alcoholism - Contrition

Truong

(24)

[1999] NSWCCA 272

s.99PG

MT 3y 6m

AT 1y2m

ADsignificant including Att ARGroup of men demanding money from brothel

Bulling

[1999] NSWCCA 429

2 x s.99PG

MT 3y

AT 1y

AA

MT 2y

AT 2y

 

Demanded money from service station – On first occasion gave impression he was armed and took  $355 – On second occasion took $155 and cigarettes – Observed to be intoxicated on second occasion.

Alcoholism – special circumstances.

Nguyen

(24)

[2000] NSWCCA 44

s.99VG

MT 3y 6m

AT 1y 2m

ADnot relevant

With co-offenders visited brothel to demand protection money - 2 co-offenders outside with guns

Refugee

Smith

(20)

(2004) 144 A Crim R 577

NSWCCA

s.99(1)

PG

(25%)

3y

NPP 2y

ADPoor – breached suspended sentence

Seized V by shirt in street and demanded money – searched bag, shoes and pocket

Judge erroneously took into account $200 stolen but no lesser sentence warranted at law

J Antoun

(37)

 

A Antoun

(44)

 

[2004] NSWCCA 268

s.99(1)

 

 

s.99(1)

VG

 

 

VG

6y

NPP 4y 6m

 

3y 6m

NPP 2y 6m

AD

Lengthy record

 

 

No previous gaol – out of character

Threatened nightclub owner for protection money over several months

AA less culpable

Wright

(32)

[2006] NSWCCA 122

6 x s.99(1)

 

Sched:

7 x s.99

PG

(40% plea and assist)

4y

NPP 3y

ADNil

A and V worked together in store – V saw A stealing and told employer - as a result A lost his employment – On 13 occasions A forced V to withdraw money from his bank account making threats that he would bash and kill V – Extorted almost $9k from V.

Serious threats of violence over period of time.

Marcus

(31)

[2007] NSWCCA 229

s.99(1)PG

3y 6m

NPP 2y

ADViolence and propertyThreatened two men – forced transfer of $30,000 car – sustained offence over several days

Han

[2009] NSWCCA 300

2 x s.99(2)VG

3y

NPP 2y

AD As owner of restaurant believed employee stole money – manager of restaurant and others brought victim to room and demanded $15,000 compensation for money stolen – threatened victim and girlfriend – victim signed IOU under threat – no money repaid – threatened again 8 months later when money not repaid – threats made by appellant -

Vaelia

[2010] NSWCCA 113

s.99(2)

PG

(15%)

4y 3m

NPP 2y 1m 15d

ADBreached bailThree offenders approached male at train station – demanded money and pushbike – punched and kicked victim

Delaney

(48)

[2013] NSWCCA 150

 

 

Related case:

Connell

2 x s 99(2)

1 x s (1)

1 x deal proceeds crime

VG

Total:

2y

NPP 10m

Crown ADAOABH

V opened tattoo parlour -  A was member of Rebels Motorcycle Club – with other members threatened V and directed V pay $200 per week or "we can run you out of town if you don't pay" -  V met and handed over initial amount of $200 to A – took total of $400 from V.

Regretted involvement with Club – difficult upbringing – loving father to 2 children - depression

Connell

(50)

[2013] NSWCCA 155

 

 

 

 

 

Related case:

Delaney

13 x s 99(2)

11 x Deal proceeds crime

PG

(10%)

Total;

3y 3m

NPP 1y 9m

Crown ADLengthy history for dishonesty.  Drugs, assault, AOABH.

V opened tattoo parlour - members of Rebels Motorcycle Club threatened V and directed V pay $200 per week -  A's participation in the joint criminal enterprise to extort protection – attended V's shop on twelve occasions and received various amounts in cash – after police surveillance, A was stopped in vehicle -  police located $1,817.30 of which $750 was cash by V - offences of knowingly deal with proceeds of crime related to receipt of monies by A as a result of the demands with menaces.

Callous behaviour towards V – difficult upbringing.