s. 33 - Maximum penalty
25 years imprisonment
period (offences committed on or after 1.2.2003) – 7 years
 NSWCCA 457
 NSWCCA 284
FT 2y 2m PD
SNPP 7 Years
Angered by daughter being left alone with ex-partner's new boyfriend - attacked with carving knife – serious injuries
Invalid pensioner due to diabetes and a condition causing vomiting – suffered PTSD due to sexual abuse as a child – very protective of daughter as a result – remorseful
 NSWCCA 307
SNPP 7 years
Female attacked 15y female on street with two friends – Stabbed and cut with knife – lacerations to face, breast and scalp – required stitches.
Slightly in excess of mid-range.
Mother of young child – Drug abuse and youth.
Special circumstances - rehabilitation
(2005) 155 A Crim R 428
NPP 4y 8m
Attacked ex-de facto in own home – no provocation – Slashed face with knife and cut thumb. Victim sustained a laceration to left side of face. wound extended into nasal cavity, both lips and to chin. Required surgery.
 NSWCCA 19
NPP 2y 6m
During argument over parked car deliberately drove at and struck police officer with front of car – accelerated and drove off.
V suffered pain in right side and right wrist, and fractured right arm - period of extreme pain over several months - difficulty sleeping - surgery and physiotherapy - financial stress due to being unable to work – loss of general fitness - wrist would never return entirely to normal -V would always have stiffness, weakness, or discomfort.
Below mid-range: , .
 NSWCCA 215
NPP 5y 6m
Dispute at hotel party between regarding A's behaviour towards victim's son during football match – struggle resulted in glass being struck against victim's face.
V suffered gaping wound to face and under throat. Required a large number of stitches – no long-term effects.
Below mid-range:  – spontaneous attack.
Professional rugby league player – qualified and committed youth worker widely respected in Aboriginal and wider community – good character.
Proper allowance for special circumstances.
 NSWCCA 254
Confrontation in hotel after accidental bumping – struck victim in face with glass – severe lacerations 40 stitches to cheek, left eyebrow and left eyelid – unprovoked – spontaneous.
V left with residual scarring described as "substantial and prominent."
Slightly above mid-range: .
 NSWCCA 294
Friend caught shoplifting – Applicant kicked security guard in head to prevent friend being apprehended.
Victim suffered severe facial and cranial injuries resulting in serious post traumatic disorders and substantial disabilities.
Not premeditated. Below mid-range: 
 NSWCCA 320
Fight in gym – unprovoked stabbing of male stranger – 7 stab wounds – V suffered stab wound to liver - hospitalised for 10 days - required two operations – good prognosis for recovery - upper mid range.
steroid and anger problem
 NSWCCA 347
Attacked wife after breakdown of marriage – no actual wounding.
 NSWCCA 412
Female applicant – pushed glass into right eye of complainant during confrontation in night club – aggravating factors: no provocation, use of weapon, extent of injury. Victim had 3 operations to eye to try to prevent retinal detachment. Significant chance victim might require removal of eye itself. Risk of sympathetic injury to left eye occurring in future. Also suffered facial scarring. Unlikely to be able to continue as a serving police officer.
Somewhat below mid-range. Sentence was lenient but within range. Difficult childhood – depression - remorse
(2006) 167 A Crim R 312
Attacked paraplegic flatmate – threat to kill – forced to write suicide note – choked – cut hand with carving knife. Majority of tendons in wrist were cut or damaged. The laceration had gone through skin, tendons and artery - desisted and assisted victim – build up of tension.
V suffered permanent injury to dominant hand – scarring to wrist. Mid-range offence. Aggravating factor: premeditation
 NSWCCA 46
Attacked upon estranged wife aged 57 years – Broke into victim's home at night – Beat victim to face and body – fractured ribs, a pneumothorax, fracture to left scapula, lacerations to scalp and head. Victim suffered serious ongoing injuries.
Serving sentence for prior assault on victim's new partner.
Above mid range: . "Cold calculated and brutal attack upon a helpless woman in her own home."
 NSWCCA 81
Stabbed estranged wife 6-7 times in chest and back – spontaneous offence – threats to son – V suffered two large wounds and collapsed lung.
Slightly above mid-range
Emotional upheaval – contrition – good prospects of rehabilitation
 NSWCCA 92
NPP 2y 10m
Stabbed shopkeeper (victim) twice in neck during struggle.
Troubled background. On drugs at time. Prospects of rehabilitation guarded.
 NSWCCA 170
Punched victim numerous times on two occasions while drinking at hotel – Victim reduced to vegetative state.
Above mid-range and in category of high seriousness 
 NSWCCA 216
Stabbed victim three times in chest and once in back – injuries to spleen and punctured lung. Respondent was a refugee from war in Sudan. Had had fractured childhood being taken prisoner by soldiers and separated from family. Supported mother and younger siblings. Victim to marry appellant's ex-partner and mother of his child. Below mid‑range.
(2007) 177 A Crim R 94
GBH / GBH
(20% reduced to 15% on appeal)
Dangerous driving, Assault, on bond.
M believed he had been sexually assaulted by V when he was 10 years old (fact undetermined at sentence) – Under heavy influence of alcohol and drugs, M and G came across V on street – Viciously attacked V, punching and kicking V to the ground - V suffered serious brain injury and reduced to "vegetative state" – confined to wheelchair.
(2008) 181 A Crim R 185
(25% - see )
Unprovoked assault on de facto causing multiple facial fractures – intoxicated – voluntary surrender to police – suffering mental illness affecting culpability.
V suffered severe physical injuries – facial fractures, fractures to her nasal bones, fractures of the mandibles and dental injuries – required surgery. In hospital for 2 weeks.
Lower end of mid-range. Sentencing judge erred in finding in upper level of seriousness. Ought to have taken applicant's psychological condition into account on objective seriousness. Suffering an incapacitating mental illness at the time .
Aboriginal with deprived childhood – suffered physical and sexual abuse
 NSWCCA 104
Believed that friend (victim) had stolen A's property – During argument stabbed V with scissors – Dispute as to who had produced scissors - No finding by SJ as to whether A or V had produced scissors.
V suffered collapsed lung and required surgery.
Below mid-range – not premeditated, whilst attack savage, R had ended it of 'own volition'.
(2008) 184 A Crim R 565
(20% - see facts)
NPP 2y Periodic Detention
Assaulted by security guard (victim) and other guards after offender insulted victim outside nightclub – Offender went home and obtained knife from kitchen – Returned to nightclub – Stabbed victim in neck.
Discount for guilty plea; further discount for contrition and remorse and a weak Crown case on the element of intent. CCA found no error in identifying a proportional discount for factors other than utilitarian value of the plea.
TJ found no premeditation or planning; removal of knife from the kitchen was spontaneous without malicious intent; offender did not seek out victim for revenge; victim reacted unprofessionally and provocatively with physical aggression in response to verbal insult; offender used knife only after commencement of physical violence and when in fear of further beatings; injuries not "significant." Unchallenged finding that this was not mid range but low range objective seriousness.
Low mid range.
Additional 13.3% discount for contrition, remorse and weak crown case
 NSWCCA 143
During argument struck wife to head with metal poker – element of provocation where wife first struck offender with poker. V suffered fracture to skull and subsequent haemorrhage. Was on life support in an induced coma.
Suffered severe and permanent brain damage - permanent impairment of cognitive, emotional, behavioural and functional nature. Unable to live independently.
 NSWCCA 176
Repeatedly stabbed estranged defacto and new partner. Female victim suffered life threatening injuries requiring immediate surgery and leaving permanent scarring.
Immediately sought help from neighbours and called ambulance – stayed until ambulance and police arrived - Immediate post-crime ameliorating conduct entitled appellant to mitigation of sentence but did not affect assessment of objective gravity.
 NSWCCA 171
Long-standing animosity between Respondent and victim – R approached victim from behind at club - Stabbed victim in back with downward motion causing 20cm wound.
 NSWCCA 204
With co-offender (brother) attacked victim on street at night – punching and when victim fell to the ground kicking even after unconscious– unplanned, relentless assault.
V suffered fracture of lower jaw and right ear was partially torn away requiring reattachment - serious abdominal injuries necessitating amputation of between 40% and 50% of V's colon, and loss of 20% of blood – unprovoked assault.
Appeal allowed on parity ground.
 NSWCCA 211
NPP 3y 9m
Applicant with friends at hotel. One of applicant's friends approached victim and hit him over head with a pool cue. Applicant then struck victim with pool cue across head – laceration to skull.
Aboriginal with longstanding substance abuse
 NSWCCA 284
Appellant playing soccer match – dispute during game – scuffle ensued – victim, who was match linesman, intervened – appellant kicked victim once in face - victim suffered facial injuries including fractured eye socket, nose, broken teeth, fracture of bones above left upper teeth and retinal injuries. Required 3 metal plates.
 NSWCCA 21
Pushed stranger off train platform under oncoming train – catastrophic injuries – V had asked offender not to spit or cough – intoxicated.
V suffered broken leg and broken neck and a blood clot in the leg - emergency surgery – in and out of hospital for over a year due to complications - mobilises with a rollator frame.
 NSWCCA 16
NPP 3y 2m
Led assault on single male by group of males on street late at night.
V suffered fracture to jaw in two places, fracture to left eye socket and nasal fracture - required to have molar teeth removed and 3 sets of screws inserted with plate in jaw.
Below mid-range: .
Dysfunctional background – alcohol abuse and anger management problems – good prospects of rehabilitation
 NSWCCA 29
Verbal altercation in hotel with V – approached V outside hotel and threatened with gun – fired 3 shots hitting V in stomach – severe injuries - bullet had entered left abdomen, passed through the liver, the stomach and had lodged near the spine in the pancreas. Required major surgery– carrying gun for self-protection – intoxicated and under influence of ice.
Upper end of range.
Aboriginal with difficult background – Drug / alcohol abuse – Remorse – Voluntarily surrendered to police – reasonable prospects of rehabilitation
 NSWCCA 3
Drinking with friends at hotel – argument with another group –respondent (R) joined others in chasing V and V's friends – R was hit by a bottle which caused him to continue fighting – R stomped and kicked V's head while V lying unconscious on ground. V suffered fractures to both eye sockets, a bone between left eye socket and temple, his cheekbone and a bone in his nose.
Surgery required. No error in finding that offence was mid-range objective seriousness: .
 NSWCCA 68
Hit victim in back of head with beer glass at hotel. Level of grievous bodily harm not high.
Lower than mid-range.
 NSWCCA 132
NPP 6y 6m
Unprovoked assault - struck victim in head with cricket bat followed by two more blows to head when victim lying on ground – arising out of dispute from previous evening – with other companions at time.
V suffered severe head injuries – likely to affect planning and short term memory.
Mid-range objective seriousness.
 NSWCCA 135
Assaulted male in car waiting outside nightclub – Kicked in head, punched and struck in face with broken bottle – spontaneous offence – R suffering ADHD. Perceived V's comments as provocative. Crown appeal dismissed – no error - sentence not manifestly inadequate.
V required plastic surgery to face for facial wounds described by sentencing judge as "grotesque and serious".
Slightly below mid-range
Disrupted schooling – alcohol and steroid abuse – genuine remorse – good use of time in custody.
 NSWCCA 179
2 x assault
NPP 2y 3m
Priors including assault and affray
Involved in fight at night club – Dixon punched owner and security guard in face – A.Pearce struck two persons in face and neck area with broken bottles – J.Pearce threw and struck several person with broken bottles – stamped on head of person – one person badly injured by bottle thrown by J.Pearce – co-offenders liable by joint criminal enterprise
Unfortunate childhood and drug abuse
 NSWCCA 148
Struck male victim a number of times with metal bar following dispute – victim suffered less serious injury than other GBH cases – depressed mildly displaced fracture of left frontal sinus inferiorly and involved the anterior margin of the left orbital roof. No surgery was required.
Offence below mid-range objective seriousness but closer to middle range than bottom range
 NSWCCA 234
NPP 3y 6m
16 year old male victim approached A concerned about female in A's company – A threw punch at V – struggle commenced – police approached and observed A to bite V's ear – intoxicated.
V sustained permanent disfigurement to ear.
Offence in mid range.
 NSWCCA 222
Mal wound / GBH
3 x malicious damage by fire s195
Set fire to car belonging to victim (ex-partner's new boyfriend) parked in garage – Upon being seen leaving garage, attacked victim with hammer – numerous blows to victim's head.
Arson was planned however attack on victim was spontaneous – depression following breakdown of relationship with partner with whom A had two children.
V suffered deep lacerations to scalp requiring 30-40 sutures and fractures of sinus and medial wall of the right orbit.
Offence should have been assessed as below mid range objective seriousness. Only the injuries from the wounding were relevant on assessment of objective seriousness.
 NSWCCA 293
5y 11m 12d
NPP 3y 5m 16d
During argument outside offender's house over debt pushed male victim causing pram to tip over – chased by victim who threw a beer bottle – chased victim in car and struck him in the head with a baseball bat – pushed female victim causing pram to tip over and baby to strike head – threatened to assault and burn down house of female victim. Male victim– lost eye and multiple orbital and facial fractures. Had orbital floor reconstruction and repair of left zygomaxillary orbital complex with multiple plates and screws inserted. Male victim suffered substantial ongoing physical and emotional harm.
Mild intellectual disability – significant brain injury – alcohol and drug addiction
(2010) 199 A Crim R 38
Attacked victim at a party with weapons obtained from home – motive unknown – attack was unprovoked and not spontaneous.
Suffered from mental disorder – intoxicated at time of incident.
V suffered serious cuts to head including a cut above eye which went down to the bone and fractures to fingers – left with restricted movement in fingers.
Above mid range of seriousness towards upper end of range.
 NSWCCA 14
Attacked male victim who was in company of A's ex-girlfriend – stabbed victim in torso and side of neck. V sustained deep wound to side of neck and a 21/2 cm wound about 5cm deep to right side of the torso - 3 hour operation required." Vicious and unprovoked attack" Followed girlfriend and victim until opportunity to attack.
Intoxicated at time of offence.
Suffering from major mental illness - depression – suicidal.
Below mid-range of objective seriousness although "towards the mid-range."
Good rehabilitation prospects.
 NSWCCA 71
Mal wound /GBH
Neighbourhood dispute – A armed with machete (used as a gardening tool) looked for neighbour's dog after it had attacked A's dog – confronted by neighbours - struck female V in back with machete – male victim suffered cut to arm and small cuts to face and foot - relatively minor injuries – A received injuries to face.
Halfway between low and mid-range.
Offence a result of a "brain snap" – intoxicated – stress and aggravation from ongoing dispute with neighbours.
Prior good character – age - employed – financial supporter of family. Although error of law, no other sentence warranted in law.
 NSWCCA 65
NPP 5y 10m
Stabbing – 3cm wound to V's shoulder - Wound not life threatening.
Mid-range. Appeal allowed b/c no reflection of finding of special circumstances in NPP.
Suffered from psychotic condition
 NSWCCA 80
NPP 4y 4m 16d
Stabbed girlfriend in chest – mental disorder reduced culpability – spontaneous attack, not planned – lower end of GBH. . Significantly below mid-range 
V suffered 3 stab wounds to the chest, one of which caused lung to partly collapse and bleed into thorax.
Mental illness - Substance abuse.
 NSWCCA 284
Attacked estranged wife with piece of wood outside house – spontaneous offence - breached AVO – victim suffered two lacerations to the occipital region of the head, one which was 8 centimetres long and the other 10 centimetres long. They were noted to be deep and required suturing. There was also an extensive subcutaneous haematoma in the occipital region, a superficial abrasion on the neck, a periorbital haematoma, tenderness to the spine and both wrists, superficial abrasions to the left shoulder, arm and hand, and a haematoma on the ulna surface.– Nepalese.
Below mid-range, towards lower range: 
Mental health problems following neurosurgery – genuine remorse
 NSWCCA 335
Believing that 71 year old female V (V1) was spreading rumours about him, A went to VI's home and stabbed VI repeatedly with a large pair of scissors - VI suffered seven stab wounds to head, two between neck and shoulder and one to abdomen -. Two wounds were life threatening - A also attacked the V's 80 year old wheel-chair bound husband V2, stabbing three times to left shoulder – chest wound life-threatening, prolonged and vicious attack.
Out of character.
 NSWCCA 8
Altercation with 16y outside high school – upset over break up with girlfriend who had commenced relationship with victim – sustained punching and kicking. There was an element of provocation in relation to commencement of fight in that the victim summoned the R to the scene of the fight and started the fight by throwing his bike at R [81-85]. Victim suffered significant facial and eye injuries: (a) vitreous haemorrhage and choroidal rupture to his right eye; (b) a comminuted fracture of the right maxillary sinus on both the anterior and medial walls; (c) a comminuted fracture to the floor of the right eye with a displaced fragment of bone angulating forward; (d) multiple areas of gas were noted in the right orbit and a fracture line was seen extending to the lateral orbit wall; (e) an undisplaced fracture to the nasal bone; and (f) a wound to the right eyebrow which required suturing.
VI effectively blind in one eye as a result of injuries.
Only marginally less than mid-range: . Rehabilitation.
Note: s 68A Crimes (Appeal and Review) Act applied, i.e. double jeopardy not a relevant matter on re‑sentence.
 NSWCCA 47
Wound / GBH
2 x AOABH
C in dispute with V (C's ex-husband) over matrimonial home - C asked A and co-offender to eject V from house - . A and co-offender armed with baseball bat and curtain rod struck V – V's finger crushed and received laceration to scalp from blow to head - punched V's girlfriend in face and dragged her through fragments of broken glass, causing cuts and wounds to her legs - Lack of premeditation - injuries at the lower end of the spectrum comprehended by grievous bodily harm
Moderately below mid-range: 
Parity ground allowed.
 NSWCCA 85
In company with others, assaulted V (who acted as an immigration agent) over contractual dispute – D used knife to stab V in chest area – V received severe laceration to his right wrist and superficial wounds to his chest, abdomen and forearm. While V was prostrate and bleeding heavily on floor, A continued to kick and punch V. Planned offence – committed in company. Just within the mid range.
 NSWCCA 95
SB in company of AI and JB (15 year old brother) – AI instigated fight with V and friend at train station – V began punching JB - SB stabbed V to arm and twice to chest – V suffered life threatening and permanent injury - permanent nerve damage to the top of the legs and some muscle damage around his chest
Below mid-range on basis that SB acted in excessive self defence of JB.
Sentence within range.
Youth – rehabilitation.
 NSWCCA 154
To backdate sentence to take into account PSC
Stabbed victim at commencement of melee between two groups of males on street. Knife plunged into victim's left flank penetrating through the left kidney. Required immediate surgery to stop the bleeding and insert a ureter stent. A second surgical procedure was required. Victim left with 70% to 80% of normal function in his left kidney
 NSWCCA 23
2 x mal wound
Co-offender assaulted male stranger in street – offender returned to become involved – fitted locksmith tool to finger - unprovoked assault on three victims – inflicted deep lacerations on face of each victim – permanent scarring
 NSWCCA 83
Street fight after party between youths – kicked and punched victim and bashed head against bitumen – element of pre-meditation – serious long-term injuries - involved in assault on second victim – intoxicated and responding to earlier racial slur
Strict bail conditions – Aboriginal - remorse – excellent prospects of rehabilitation
 NSWCCA 82
NPP 4 y 6m
Attended V's home with co-offender – stabbed V under armpit – plan to extract drugs from V – planned offence.
Drug and alcohol abuse.
(Re-sentenced in accordance with Muldrock).
 NSWCCA 118
"Road rage" incident – V driving another vehicle which almost collided with A's vehicle – V shook his head at A's driving – further along road, A slammed brakes and got out of his car and approached V yelling and screaming - verbal argument – V held piece of wood over his head to protect himself – A took knife from his car – as V tried to protect himself, A slashed V's arm and face.
Deliberate and intentional.
Probable frontal lobe damage diminishing capacity for self-control - Irrelevant material considered when finding offence above mid-range of objective seriousness -Failure to reflect discount for plea of guilty - Failure to reflect finding of special circumstances.
 NSWCCA 103
2 x GBH / GBH
Same effective sentence
During argument with girlfriend at hotel grabbed her around the neck, slapped her, dragged her towards the balcony and threatened to throw her off, stabbed her in chest, neck and wrist - chased victim through hotel – stabbed male friend of victim twice in neck and back – continued to assaulted girlfriend and stabbed her in arm while attempting to stab in neck – under influence of cannabis and methylamphetamine
Drug use commenced after sexual abuse as a child by older teenagers – good prospects of rehabilitation – genuine remorse
 NSWCCA 153
Struck victim on back of head during poker game at hotel – victim running game – upset at being stood out of game for ten minutes – intoxicated – just below mid-range
 NSWCCA 196
Assaulted another youth in park – punched victim to head 8-10 times – returned to continue assault – intoxicated
Difficult childhood – remorse and some evidence of rehabilitation
Sentencing judge erred in referring to SNPP
 NSWCCA 203
SNPP did not apply as A juvenile at time of offence - Unprovoked attack upon innocent stranger — Victim punched repeatedly to face — Prone victim then kicked and stomped on the head — suffered traumatic brain injury — Permanent cognitive impairment
Affected by alcohol - dysfunctional background – strong subjective features
 NSWCCA 223
 NSWCCA 322
2 x s.60A(1) (assault prison officer)
NPP 4y 3m
NPP 5y 3m
After High Court appeal matter returned
Crown AD (in exercise of discretion)
While on remand in prison became angry at visiting hours – threatened prison officer – threw pool balls at two officers – threw pool ball at third officer striking him in the eye – loss of site, PTSD and loss of career – spontaneous offence
Aboriginal with difficult childhood – mental disorder
 NSWSC 284
Hit V to head who fell unconscious to ground – A with his 2 brothers when they confronted V and three friends who had attended a party in their neighbourhood – not planned – one of V's friends was killed when he ran into an oncoming car as he tried to escape – unprovoked vicious attack.
Prior good character – rehabilitation prospects – remorse.
 NSWCCA 271
Hit V on back and to head and face with sledgehammer – altercation between neighbours – large group of persons confronting one another – V suffered fractures and injuries confining him to hospital for 9 days.
Drug use – limited intellectual capacity
 NSWCCA 275
A arranged for V sex worker to attend unoccupied premises - A attacked V from behind with weapon inflicting grievous bodily harm – several blows inflicted – no apparent motive – A in a rage - A fled premises leaving V behind – weapon not recovered.
 NSWCCA 310
Unprovoked attack by passenger on taxi driver using glass – spontaneous but sustained assault – could not pay fare – slightly above mid-range
Remorse – good prospects of rehabilitation
 NSWCCA 40
NPP 3y 7m 6d
Punched female acquaintance waiting for taxi several times to face – unprovoked and unexpected attack – fractured jaw
 NSWCCA 61
Stole knife from shop – approached father watching TV from behind and drew knife across neck causing serious wound
Suffering lengthy history of major mental illness – SJ erred in not taking into account mental illness in assessing moral culpability
 NSWCCA 219
Assaulted 6w baby on two occasions 7 days apart – caused 14 fractures to legs, ankles, feet and ribs – injuries to arms – haematoma caused by severe shaking
Low intellectual capacity – suffering stress – good prospects of rehabilitation
 NSWSC 1452
RA Hulme J
at murder trial
Stabbed V during argument over drugs and money – V died a few days later – in company of A's brother – barely knew V - spontaneous offence - objective seriousness slightly below mid-range.
Institutionalised – drug addiction – low prospects rehabilitation.
 NSWCCA 23
Leader of group of males who kidnapped victim from home – sustained assault – kicked, punched and choked – offender bit off part of ear
 NSWCCA 59
Attacked V male with machete striking V's left arm – came to V's home late at night – attack due to animosity between A and V's son.
Aboriginal – disturbed upbringing
 NSWCCA 92
NPP 3y 4m
Invited V to house then detained him – attached with knife – 3 stab wounds – struck with dumbbell bar and hammer and punched – sought to have V agree to delusional belief that he was talking to offender's girlfriend about killing offender
Suffering mental illness
 NSWCCA 270
s.33(1)(a) wound / GBH
NPP 2y 2m
CCA: offence at low end of seriousness by the measures of both the nature of the attack and the injury inflicted – single blow which did not actually inflict serious injury of lasting consequence - comparable cases – manifestly excessive.
Argument with acquaintance male V - believed V had stolen money from A's girlfriend – hit V over head with metal pole – V in a mobility scooter – both had been consuming alcohol – V suffered swelling and laceration requiring 5 sutures.
Dysfunctional upbringing - borderline intellectual deficiency.
 NSWCCA 283
(15% + 30% for assist)
Following demands of 41y violent cousin approach female in street, threw accelerant on her and set her alight – serious and long-term burns – acted under duress fearing violence to mother and sister
Genuine remorse – good prospects of rehabilitation - low intelligence and untreated ADHA made him susceptible to duress – assistance against co-offender
 NSWCCA 322
Glassing – A struck V in face with glass – A and V resided in same men's hostel.
Full facts not indicated.
 NSWCCA 12
Went to caravan of male acquaintance with intention to rob – became angry during conversation and attacked victim with knife – slashed throat and stabbed in leg during struggle
Childhood subjected to ritual and constant physical, sexual and psychological abuse
 NSWCCA 20
Common assault: 3m concurrent
Punched V in face – while V lying on ground stomped on V's face – V suffered fractured facial bones - required internal fixation with a plate and screw which will remain in place permanently.
Ex-professional footballer – involved in car accident which ruined his career – alcohol abuse, depression
 NSWCCA 19
Pushed female V, friend, who fell and was knocked unconscious – A stomped on V's head and broke terracotta pot on V's head - V suffered significant injuries - appalling savage sustained attack - repeated assaults upon a defenceless young woman lying unconscious.
 NSWCCA 123
A and 15-old year old V known to each other - V and four younger friends went to A's home at night, taunting and challenged him to come outside – A came out with knife with a 10cm blade, punched V in eye, splitting his eyebrow - V walked away, A chased him and hit V again before stabbing him in arm and lower side of chest.
"Upper mid-range" objective seriousness.
Substantial disadvantage - bullied at school –mental health issues.
 NSWCCA 155
Assaulted female partner – punched V to head causing five separate facial fractures – serious injuries.
Remorse – unplanned.
 NSWCCA 170
Assaulted male V at hotel whilst out drinking – acquainted with each other through Thai boxing – struck V to face using elbow with great force - used Thai boxing technique – punched V while V lying on ground – no provocation by V.
 CCA 195
2y suspended; enter GBB 2y.
Assaulted older male V - V had been arguing with and assaulting females in families of the offenders – offenders came to talk with V – V attacked offenders with a stick – offenders responded by attacking V with fence palings that were lying nearby - returned to V and recommenced attack – V unconscious, suffered fractures to head and jawbone requiring surgery – sustained attack – not premeditated.
Each offender of good character – students – from troubled overseas country – rehabilitation
CCA: sentences manifestly inadequate – Crown appeals dismissed in exercise of discretion – each offender successful rehabilitation in 3 years since offence – Crown position at sentence.
 NSWCCA 287
NPP 1m 13d
(exercise of discretion)
Lived with friend and her mother for many years – became angry at husband of mother upon discovering he had been mistreating mother and sexually assaulting friend – smashed property and car of Victim with hammer – hit victim twice on head with hammer – developing tension in the household – degree of planning – injuries not serious
After difficult childhood and period of homelessness came to live with female friend and her mother at 18y – developed protective feelings towards friend and her mother – anger management problems – accepted responsibility and genuine contrition – discretion to dismiss based on expiry of NPP and evidence of rehabilitation
 NSWCCA 310
NPP 9y 4m
SNPP 7 years Stabbed partner twice in stomach – pursued her out of house on to road – sustained and prolonged attack – life threatening although not permanent injuries – context of domestic violence – ADVO related to hitting victim over head with wood, stabbing in both legs and detaining in bedroom – made serious threats – intoxicated - in home of victim
Aboriginal – deprived background –poor health