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 firearms were held by him in the Province of Bumbunga, (an area covering about eight or nine acres) which he claimed seceded from South Australia in 1975, and was an independent province therefore South Australian law did not apply. The … Continue reading Brackstone v Police [1999] SASC 35
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