Brackstone v Police [1999] SASC 35

In Brackstone v Police [1999] SASC 35 the appellant was convicted of possession of firearms whilst not holding a licence, and subsequently appealed the conviction and sentence. He argued that he was not obliged to have a licence as the … Continue reading Brackstone v Police [1999] SASC 35
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