The aftermath of the verdict *MERGED*

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  1. PlainJaneDoe

    PlainJaneDoe Verified expert in neuroscience

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    Omg aggghhhh wtf I thought my office was awkward.
     


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    @couriermail: BREAKING: Lawyers for Gerard Baden-Clay have filed an appeal against his conviction for murder. More:
    http://t.co/BcGzoColKK
     
  3. PlainJaneDoe

    PlainJaneDoe Verified expert in neuroscience

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    Keeps crashing my browser (safari on iPad)...does anyone have any suggestions? :(
     
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  5. Mrs G Norris

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    Couldn't see an article up on the Courier Mail site yet .. so perhaps they put it up, took it down to rewrite and will put it up later.
     
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    I was thinking last night, you know as you do before you fall asleep.... that GBC might finally be able to stop the front , the lies and find some relief in the guily verdict , you know start to move on... I hope he does.. take from this some insight into himself and work on that..

    Then my thoughts turned to his children and how hard this is on them and at what stage they will be in their lives when he is released.. They will probably be married and in the early stages of starting their own family and possibility dealing with the stresses of that and then have to deal with there dad being released and all the feeling that will bring back for them.

    I truly hope that one day Gerrard will feel guilt and remorse for all the damage he caused.
     
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    http://www.goldcoastbulletin.com.au...orrection-centre/story-fnje8bkv-1226991507668

    Gerard Baden-Clay visited by parents at Wolston Correction Centre
    THOMAS CHAMBERLIN, ROSE BRENNAN THE COURIER-MAIL JULY 17, 2014 12:00am

    Nigel and Elaine Baden-Clay arrived at the jail about 2.30pm to visit their son, who sources said spent his first night alone inside the prison’s “jelly room”.
    His parents arrived with a large envelope and stayed at the jail for about an hour...

    "The Baden-Clay family gathered at the family home at Kenmore yesterday and were visited by defence solicitor Peter Shields.
    “I won’t be making any comment... and neither will the family,” Mr Shields said.
    “No I won’t be (saying how they’re feeling). I think sometimes some things just call for a dignified silence"

    http://resources2.news.com.au/image...7614-87c777c0-0cbd-11e4-a510-9f89e2418c8b.jpg

    Dignified silence? The clan was only too happy to publicly denigrate and besmirch Allison's reputation and image as a wife and mother! Ironic.
     
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    Mr Field said the appeal court also had the option of substituting murder of manslaughter if they found there was no evidence Baden-Clay intended to kill his wife.

    "But they are more likely to send it back for retrial," he said.

    Baden-Clay - who is housed at Wolston Correctional Centre, west of Brisbane - faces a 15-year non-parole period.

    http://www.themorningbulletin.com.au/news/law-juror-forbidden-appeals/2321112/
     
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    Marissa Calligeros ‏@marissa_sc 4m

    Lawyers for Gerard #badenclay have lodged an appeal against his murder conviction in the Supreme Court @brisbanetimes
     
  12. Greg

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    is he being funded from legal aid or does he have backers?
     
  13. Amee

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  14. Snails

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    Try this-
    @couriermail: Gerard #BadenClay has appealed his conviction for the murder of wife Allison: http://t.co/2lsVCBOq6C
     
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    I always thought Wattle Day was August 1st too.....that's when we always had it :)
     
  17. Freya1977

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    What took him so long?

    Pfff.
     
  18. Mrs G Norris

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    Do they have to show grounds for an appeal .. like can this be rejected by the court as pointless?
     
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    Lawyers for Gerard Baden-Clay file appeal against conviction for murder of wife Allison

    LAWYERS for Gerard Baden-Clay have filed an appeal against his conviction for murder.
    A jury found Baden-Clay, 43, guilty of his wife Allison’s murder on Tuesday following a six-week trial at the Supreme Court in Brisbane.
    Justice John Byrne sentenced him to life in jail.
    An application appealing the sentence was filed at the Queensland Court of Appeal registry shortly before midday.
    Baden-Clay is represented by barrister Michael Byrne QC and Peter Shields.

    http://www.news.com.au/national/law...-of-wife-allison/story-e6frfkp9-1226992075173
     
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