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Prosecution outcomes

We have compiled information on the outcomes of ICAC matters prosecuted by the Director of Public Prosecutions before the courts. These are concluded prosecutions. This page does not refer to current, ongoing prosecutions.

Sentencing remarks and judgments

All sentencing remarks and judgments of the Courts of South Australia reproduced on this site are subject to copyright claimed by the Crown in right of the State of South Australia. This reproduction does not purport to be the official or authorised version. For reproduction or publication beyond that permitted by the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth), written permission should be sought from the South Australian Attorney-General, through the Courts Administration Authority.

Published onsort ascending Title Description
10 Dec 2019 Theriault, Veronica Initial charges laid on 15 September 2017 - two counts of deception, two counts of dishonestly dealing with documents and one count of abuse of public office.
07 Jun 2019 Graham, Kim Initial charges laid on 15 May 2017 - two counts of abuse of public office.
07 Jun 2019 Weetra, Colin Initial charges laid on 15 May 2017 - two counts of counsel and procuring abuse of public office.
05 Apr 2019 Michaelis, Jurgen Initial charges laid on 5 August 2015 - two counts of abuse of public office.
05 Apr 2019 Corkill, Alan Initial charges laid on 15 September 2017 - One count of deception and one count of improperly benefit from appointment to public office.
05 Apr 2019 Thomas, Mignon Initial charges laid on 2 March 2015 - 233 counts of theft and 113 counts of dishonest dealing with documents.
05 Apr 2019 Wang, Dayang Initial charges laid on 1 November 2016 - One count of wilfully making a statutory declaration, knowing that declaration to be untrue in a material particular.
05 Apr 2019 Schulz, Karen Initial charges laid on 9 February 2016 - 62 counts of aggravated theft.
05 Apr 2019 Bassani, Lindsay Initial charges laid on 19 June 2015 - six counts of abuse of public office and four counts of dishonestly dealing with documents.
05 Apr 2019 Cray, Josephine Initial charges laid on 12 September 2016 - 74 counts of abuse of public office.
05 Apr 2019 Beaumont, Richard Initial charges laid on 12 September 2016 - 74 counts of aiding, abetting, counselling or procuring abuse of public office (in relation to the matter of Josephine Cray).
05 Apr 2019 Bartels, Alana Initial charges laid on 17 May 2016 - 13 counts of abuse of public office and two counts of aggravated theft.
05 Apr 2019 Templeton, Frank Initial charges laid on 3 May 2017 - six counts of wilfully making a statutory declaration, knowing that declaration to be untrue in a material particular.
05 Apr 2019 Hellander, Paul Initial charges laid on 7 April 2015 - six counts of abuse of public office.
05 Apr 2019 Stretton, Sharon Initial charges laid on 21 July 2017 - one count of abuse of public office.
05 Apr 2019 Hatch, Adrian Initial charges laid on 24 April 2015 - one count of abuse of public office.

Last updated: 10 December 2019

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Sentencing remarks are edited to take account of suppression orders, statutory prohibitions on the identification of victims of sexual offences and on the identification of young offenders. Sentencing remarks may be edited if the general publication of them is likely to have an adverse impact on victims, witnesses and others connected with the proceedings. A Judge or Magistrate may decline to release sentencing remarks for publication if the Judge or Magistrate considers that it is not possible to edit the sentencing remarks appropriately while retaining meaning, or if the sentencing remarks cannot be satisfactorily edited on the basis indicated above.

Judgments are sometimes edited to take account of suppression orders, or if the general publication of them is likely to have an adverse impact on victims, witnesses and others connected with the proceedings. A Judge may decline to release a judgment for publication if the Judge believes it is not possible to edit the judgment appropriately while retaining meaning.