Kieran and Ian, I believe Jurrah had his bail refused in …

Comment on Magistrate ‘sick and tired’ of Liam Jurrah by Scotty.

Kieran and Ian,

I believe Jurrah had his bail refused in the Supreme Court. Why would Magistrate Trigg grant bail?

The only mockery is that Jurrah keeps on committing crimes and people like yourself and Ian find ways to blame others.

By the way Magistrate Trigg has served on the bench for a number of years. He is a valuable member of society and a person who should be thanked for his service.

But I suppose that still won’t change your view that offenders are victims somehow. Grow up and feel sorry for the real victims that Jurrah assaulted. He is going to plead guilty for a reason you know (You talk about respect, go have a word to Jurrah about respecting the law).

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Magistrate ‘sick and tired’ of Liam Jurrah
Bev, I agree with what you say completely. As you point out Jurrah was represented previously by Jon Tippet. I think every sensible individual is just sick of his illegal actions and as shown by his criminal history, not everyone can change for the better.
Kieran, if you believe that every defendant prior to conviction is equal in the eye of the law you are very gullible.
Your prior criminal history does effect your bail consideration.
This is why Jurrah was remanded and why the magistrate did not show any leniency towards his bail application at a later date.

Magistrate ‘sick and tired’ of Liam Jurrah
It was great that the Magistrate in this matter had no patience and did not let the defence lawyer “to get a word in”. We all know it would have been excuse after excuse.
Well done by lawyer as you point out, the defendant plead guilty … So he is guilty. You do the crime you do the time.
So sick of people standing up for the offenders.

Magistrate ‘sick and tired’ of Liam Jurrah
Magistrate Trigg,

I commend you for your actions. It’s about time the justice system got tough on offenders, no matter who they are.
Lets see, Jurrah is [a defendant] of aggravated assault and breaching a domestic violence order. Why does he think he is above the law. Well done Magistrate Trigg for putting Jurrah in his place.
To the Aboriginal Legal Aid, bout time that a magistrate doesn’t let you crap on about how the offender is the victim. I just wish it happened more often.
I hope other magistrates take the same approach.

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