A client faced charges of burglary and common assault. After Tony Beach discussed the charges with police, the burglary charge was withdrawn and a plea of guilty entered to the common assault charge. The judge indicated an application for discharge without conviction would be granted if there was a satisfactory restorative justice conference between the…

The male partner of a prominent Waikato couple has been sentenced to nine months of supervision for assaulting a child. The couple – who have now separated – have been granted permanent suppression of their names and any identifying details. The man, who is aged in his 40s, was found guilty of the child assault charge…

POLICE v VL – Successful application for discharge without conviction for a charge of burglary of commercial premises with some damage done to building and $10,000 worth of items taken (but recovered). Impact on future career and travel and efforts to make amends and reparation led court to grant the application for a discharge without…

A client had been charged with drugs offences under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1975 and the Medicines Act 1981.  The client was also later charged with failing to answer District Court bail under the Bail Act 2000.  Tony Beach, through extensive written submissions and evidence by way of affidavits, sought a discharge without conviction on…

My client had just completed his degree and was looking for a career job when in a late night incident where he had come to the aid of a friend he broke a mans jaw with a single punch. The impact on his potential career was really at risk with him being unable to even…

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