Ray Hadley praises ‘common sense decision’ on alleged police attacker’s fate
An esteemed magistrate is being praised for reversing the call to allow an alleged police attacker bail.
The 30-year-old is accused of punching a security guard and two constables at a Griffith pub.
“Thank goodness for [Magistrate] Michael Love,” Ray Hadley said.
Police Association NSW lead organiser Jon Goddard commended the “common sense decision”.
“When the Justice viewed the evidence … and actually looked at what had occurred, this accused male was put back where he belongs: back in custody.”
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