This table is intended to be used as a guide only. Individual cases should be read if they are to be relied upon.
s99(1) Demand money with menaces or by force with intent to steal
(10y)s99(2) In company (14y)
 NSWCCA 444
Demanded and received money from building society - Offences planned - Attempt to disguise - No weapon used but made threat.
Long history of alcoholism - Contrition
 NSWCCA 272
MT 3y 6m
 NSWCCA 429
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.
 NSWCCA 44
AT 1y 2m
With co-offenders visited brothel to demand protection money - 2 co-offenders outside with guns
(2004) 144 A Crim R 577
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
 NSWCCA 268
NPP 4y 6m
NPP 2y 6m
No previous gaol – out of character
Threatened nightclub owner for protection money over several months
AA less culpable
 NSWCCA 122
6 x s.99(1)
7 x s.99
(40% plea and assist)
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.
 NSWCCA 229
 NSWCCA 300
 NSWCCA 113
NPP 2y 1m 15d
 NSWCCA 150
2 x s 99(2)
1 x s (1)
1 x deal proceeds crime
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
 NSWCCA 155
13 x s 99(2)
11 x Deal proceeds crime
NPP 1y 9m
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.