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3 rape charges discontinued against client

In April 2024, Ngarangi Rangihuna instructing John Cook of counsel appeared before the Brisbane District Court with respect to 3 counts of rape.

 

Our client was granted bail in November 2022, after Mr Rangihuna made a bail application before the Supreme Court of Queensland.

 

The matter was ultimately listed for trial due to commence in April 2024. After extensive disclosure requests and submissions about the strength of the evidence by Mr Rangihuna, the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions discontinued all 3 charges of rape one day before the trial was due to commence.

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