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Applicant's case for special facts or special circumstances was that relevant information was now available which was not known to applicant or reasonably ascertainable by him prior to the committal hearing.
Application for bail not entertained following an earlier order of the SC revoking bail - no question of principle.
Appeal allowed: errors corrected, sentences restructured. KHALOUF, Ali - NSW SC, O'Keefe J, 29.1.2002Citation: R v Khalouf  NSWSC 19Remarks on Sentence. Applicant on remand, facing committal proceedings following threatening 3 youths with a firearm as well as a large number of people at a hotel.In the present application, applicant was confronted by s.22A(1).Since the revocation of bail, applicant has been committed for trial.Victim sustained full thickness burns to 93% of her body as well as severe internal inhalation injuries, leaving her with enormous level of disfigurement & disability, her mobility severely affected by substantial scar tissue.At the time of the incident, medical opinion was that she was not expected to live. A neighbour who tried to stop the appellant from setting the victim alight received partial thickness burns to 10-15% of his body.