Brisbane doctor Ramin Harirchian jailed for three months for sexually assaulting patient
A Brisbane doctor is sentenced to eight months jail but will only spend three behind bars after being found guilty of sexually assaulting a 26-year-old female patient. © AAP Image: Glenn Hunt Ramin Harirchian has been sentenced to eight months in jail but will only serve three. Ramin Harirchian, 51, was today sentenced to eight months in jail, to be suspended after three.Harirchian and his family cried as they awaited the sentencing in the District Court in Brisbane this afternoon.
Disgraced former minister Eddie Obeid 's argues he should be spared jail because he could die soon Eddie Moses Obeid found guilty in June of lobbying senior public servant Millionaire, 73, had stake in two cafes at Sydney 's popular Circular Quay At his sentencing hearing on Thursday in the NSW Supreme Court, his barrister Brad Hughes
In a landmark decision former New South Wales MP , Eddie Obeid , has been sentenced to a minimum of three years in jail for a misconduct conviction. Corrupt Labor MP Eddie Obeid jailed for five years for secretly lobbying officials for good deals for his family cafe business in Circular Quay.
The 76-year-old former ALP powerbroker began life on parole on Saturday, walking from Sydney's Silverwater jail with a tote bag and box of belongings.
He embraced his lawyer and a family member before getting into a car and saying nothing to media outside the gates of the correctional complex.
Jail worse than death: ex-Ipswich CEO
The corrupt former CEO of Ipswich council has made a jail-house video warning others to shun crime, and saying life behind bars is worse than a family death. Being locked up for corruption is worse than watching your family members die, a former council CEO has said in a rare jail-house interview in Queensland. Earlier this year former Ipswich City Council CEO Carl Wulff recorded a frank interview while awaiting sentencing for accepting cash-stuffed envelopes, gifts and other corrupt payments in the course of his job.
Former NSW Labor minister Ian Macdonald says that he's "absolutely" innocent and has called for an "immediate inquiry" into the state corruption watchdog's investigation of him as he walked out of prison after having his conviction over the granting of a multimillion-dollar coal exploration licence set aside.
NSW Premier Mike Baird will change the law to ensure convicted former minister Eddie Obeid is stripped of The three biggest victims of Eddie Obeid 's unyielding power in the NSW Labor party have hailed ""He's been found to be corrupt and he's now in jail and he's lost his order of Australia medal
Obeid was jailed for five years in December 2016 after being found guilty of lobbying a public servant to secure lease renewals for two lucrative Circular Quay businesses in 2008 without revealing his family's financial interests in the outlets.
While on parole, Obeid will be subject to 11 standard conditions including that he can't be in control of money or assets of other people or organisations.
The Lebanon-born former upper house MP held the fisheries and mineral resources portfolios during his 20-year career, which ended in 2011.
Brisbane Broncos young gun Tom Flegler signs contract extension
Flegler was reportedly being pursued by multiple NRL clubs.As first reported by The Courier Mail’s Peter Badel, the 20-year-old prop has rejected massive offers from rival NRL clubs to stay loyal to the Broncos.
FORMER NSW Labor Minister Eddie Obeid will appeal a five year jail term. But today former politician Eddie Obeid was sent to jail for a minimum of three years for misconduct. He has been denied bail with his jail term beginning immediately meaning he will spend Christmas behind bars.
One of Obeid 's new jail mates at The Kevin Waller facility will be the infamous former detective Roger Rogerson, who is serving a life sentence for murder. After Obeid was led from the dock and taken into the cells beneath Darlinghurst Supreme Court, the convicted former Labor MP was taken first to
Much of his first year on parole is set to be spent in the NSW Supreme Court during a five-month trial on a separate corruption allegation.
Obeid, his son Moses and former mining minister Ian Macdonald are due to face a judge-alone trial over an alleged conspiracy to grant a mining licence on Obeid family land.
The coal mining exploration licence was granted for Mount Penny in the Bylong Valley, near Mudgee, while Obeid Sr and Macdonald were in government.
Supreme Court judge Elizabeth Fullerton on Friday said the decision to avoid a trial by jury was in the interests of justice, noting "highly prejudicial" descriptions of Obeid in recent media reporting.
Those descriptions either directly or indirectly aligned him with institutional corruption, she said.
Justice Fullerton acknowledged the trial's length and complexity and an upcoming review into NSW Labor as supporting reasons.
Man who threatened to 'behead a cop' jailed .
From behind bars, Blake Pender picked up the prison phone and told his female friend he was gearing up for martyrdom. "I'm going to cut heads off when I get out," he told the woman, shortly after his 2017 arrest,adding, "Allahu Akbar." Today, the 28-year-old was sentenced to a maximum of 4 years jail, after Justice Harrison took into account his mental state. Mr Pender has been in custody since sliding a knife from his sleeve and telling police in Sydney's Surry Hills; "The proudest thing a man can do is behead a cop," before lunging at four officers.