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Prosecutions 2014-2015

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This page summarises the results of prosecutions by the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR) for the 2014-2015 financial year.

Generally, the VCGLR does not publish the names of individuals prosecuted unless it considers that disclosure is in the public interest and/or to reduce a risk to public health, safety or welfare.

Wednesday, 24 June 2015 - Individual prosecution

The Melbourne Magistrates' Court found the accused guilty of breaching an exclusion order on eight occasions under Section 77(1) of the Casino Control Act 1991.

The accused was convicted and fined $800, payable in $50 instalments per month, stayed for one month, and placed on a two-year undertaking of good behaviour until 23 June 2017.

Wednesday, 17 June 2015 - Individual Prosecution

The Melbourne Magistrates' Court found the accused guilty of breaching an exclusion order on five occasions under Section 77(1) of the Casino Control Act 1991.

There was no appearance by the accused and the matter proceeded ex-parteon the brief of evidence.

The accused was convicted, fined $850 and ordered to pay $500 costs.

Friday, 22 May 2015 - Tabcorp Wagering (Vic) Pty Ltd

The Melbourne Magistrates' Court has ordered Tabcorp Wagering (Vic) Pty Ltd into a diversion plan after the VCGLR observed two minors gambling at the Oakleigh TAB agency on 4 July 2014.

Tabcorp acknowledged responsibilities for the offence under section 10.7.3(1) of the Gambling Regulation Act 2003.

The Magistrate placed the following conditions on the diversion plan:

  • donate $1000 to Gambler's Help by 23 May 2016
  • complete the diversion program and provide written evidence of its completion of all aspects to the VCGLR
  • the VCGLR will notify court as to the satisfactory completion of the program before 23 May 2016.
Monday, 4 May 2015 - JSHIN Investments Pty Ltd

The Melbourne Magistrates' Court found JSHIN Investments Pty Ltd guilty of breaching section 108(1)(a)(iii) of the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 by permitting consumption of liquor on 15 February 2014 at the Shinssi Hwaro Korean BBQ Restaurant not in accordance with the licence, specifically permitting the consumption of liquor outside its trading hours.

The Magistrate fined the accused $1000 with conviction and ordered costs in the amount of $3300.

Thursday, 23 April 2015 - Individual Prosecution

The Melbourne Magistrates' Court found the accused guilty of breaching an exclusion order under section 72 of the Casino Control Act 1991 on two separate occasions, 22 April 2014 and 14 November 2014.

The Judicial Register found the charges proven and, without conviction, fined the accused $800 as part of an aggregate order and awarded costs of $500, to be stayed until 24 May 2015.

Thursday, 23 April 2015 - Individual Prosecution

The Melbourne Magistrates' Court found the accused guilty of breaching an exclusion order under section 72 of the Casino Control Act 1991 on two separate occasions - 18 April 2014 and 10 May 2014.

The Judicial Register found the charges proven and, with conviction, fined the accused $2000 as part of an aggregate order and awarded costs of $500, to be stayed until 24 May 2015.

Tuesday, 24 February 2015 - Individual Prosecution

The Melbourne Magistrates' Court found the accused guilty of breaching an exclusion order on five occasions from 20 July to 23 September 2014, under Section 77(1) of the Casino Control Act 1991.

There was no appearance by the accused and the matter was held ex-parte on the brief of evidence.

The accused had prior convictions for six breaches in 2014. The Judicial Registrar decided to record a conviction, order the accused to pay a fine in the amount of $2000 (aggregate order) and $500 costs, stayed for one month.

Thursday, 12 February 2015 - Individual Prosecution

The Melbourne Magistrates' Court found the accused guilty of breaching an exclusion order on 17 occasions during 2013 and 2014, under Section 77(1) of the Casino Control Act 1991.

Taking into account financial difficulties, the accused was released by way of undertaking ending on 11 February 2016 without conviction. The accused was also ordered to pay costs of $300 over six months ($50 per month), starting 2 March 2015.

Tuesday, 10 February 2015 - Individual Prosecution

The Melbourne Magistrates' Court found the accused guilty of breaching an exclusion order, under Section 77(1) of the Casino Control Act 1991, by entering the Melbourne casino once on 25 September 2015.

At that time, the accused was subject to a good behaviour bond imposed by the Court for previous breaches of an exclusion order.

The accused was convicted, fined $1000, and ordered to pay costs of $400, stayed until 10 July 2015.

Wednesday, 17 December 2014 - Individual Prosecution

The Melbourne Magistrates' Court found the accused guilty of breaching an exclusion order under section 72 of the Casino Control Act 1991 on three separate occasions in 2014, 11 March, 29 March and 22 June. The accused had no prior convictions.

The accused was convicted, fined $750 and ordered to pay costs of $500, stayed until 14 January 2015.

Tuesday, 16 December 2014 - A&A (Ind) Pty Ltd

The Moorabbin Magistrates' Court found A&A (Ind) Pty Ltd guilty of selling liquor while unlicensed, under Section 107(1) of the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998.

The accused was fined $1,000 (without conviction), and ordered to pay costs of $400, stayed until 13 March 2015.

Tuesday, 11 November 2014 - Individual Prosecution

The Melbourne Magistrates' Court found the accused guilty of breaching an exclusion order on six occasions, under Section 77(1) of the Casino Control Act 1991.

There was no appearance by the accused and the matter was held ex-parte on the brief of evidence.

The accused was convicted, fined $1500 (aggregate order) and ordered to pay statutory costs of $113.90.

Thursday, 16 October 2014 - Individual Prosecution

The Melbourne Magistrates’ Court found the accused guilty of breaching an exclusion order, under Section 77(1) of the Casino Control Act 1991, by entering the Melbourne casino on one occasion.

The accused was fined $350 and ordered to pay costs of $600.

Thursday, 16 October 2014 - Individual Prosecution

The Melbourne Magistrates’ Court found the accused guilty of breaching an exclusion order, under Section 77(1) of the Casino Control Act 1991, by entering the Melbourne casino on 13 occasions from 6 February 2013 to 24 September 2013.

The accused was convicted, fined $5000 (aggregate) and ordered to pay costs of $600.

Thursday, 9 October 2014 - Individual Prosecution

The Melbourne Magistrates’ Court found the accused guilty of breaching an exclusion order, under Section 72 of the Casino Control Act 1991, by entering the Melbourne casino on two occasions.

The charge was adjourned without conviction on an undertaking with conditions, being:

  • good behaviour (18 months)
  • $300 donation to the Sunshine Hospital within 10 months.
Wednesday, 17 September 2014 - Individual Prosecution

The Melbourne Magistrates’ Court found the accused guilty of breaching an exclusion order, under Section 72 of the Casino Control Act 1991, by entering the Melbourne casino on four occasions between 11 September 2013 and 28 February 2014.

The accused was convicted, fined $100 (aggregate) and ordered to pay costs of $500.

Tuesday, 9 September 2014 - Individual Prosecution

The Melbourne Magistrates' Court found the accused guilty of breaching an exclusion order, under Section 72 of the Casino Control Act 1991, by entering the Melbourne casino on 4 January 2014.

The accused was convicted, fined $500 and ordered to pay costs of $600.

Wednesday, 16 July 2014 - Individual Prosecution

The Melbourne Magistrates' Court found the accused guilty of breaching an exclusion order by entering the Melbourne casino on five occasions between 30 April 2013 to 10 October 2013.

There was no appearance by the accused and matter was heard ex-parte.

The accused was convicted, fined $2000 and ordered to pay costs of $498.

Thursday, 10 July 2014 - Individual Prosecution

The Melbourne Magistrates' Court found the accused found guilty of breaching an exclusion order, under section 77(1) of the Casino Control Act 1991, by entering the Melbourne casino on nine occasions during the period 9 December 2013 to 22 April 2014.

The accused was convicted, fined $1900 and ordered to pay costs of $498.

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