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Templeton, Frank

Published on 5 Apr 2019

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.

    Status

    Sentenced - 2 November 2017

    Outcome

    • Pleaded guilty to three counts of wilfully making a statutory declaration, knowing that declaration to be untrue in a material particular.
    • Convicted and sentenced to a $500, 18 month good behaviour bond.

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