Stearman v Taylor [2014] WASC 247

The appellant was charged with refusing to stop the vehicle,  drive while suspended, and refusing to supply his personal details when requested. At the Magistrates Court he claimed that he was entitled to be tried before a jury, but the magistrate stated that the appellant had only been charged with summary offences.  “There then followed a vigorous exchange between the appellant and the magistrate in which the appellant maintained that he was entitled to a trial by jury under s 80 of … Continue reading Stearman v Taylor [2014] WASC 247
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