I just found this little “tidbit” on the net courtesy of ABC.
A convicted drug dealer is facing a fresh charge of trafficking less than a year after being sentenced by a Canberra court for similar offences.
Earlier this year, Albert Peter Ferguson, 37, was put on a two-year good behaviour bond for supplying heroin and possession of speed.
Today he was back in the Magistrates Court on charges of trafficking amphetamines after police allegedly found nearly 40 clip-sealed bags of white crystals at his Braddon home.
Police told the court he should not be released, alleging that he would continue to trade in the drug.
Magistrate Karen Fryar agreed the amount of drugs was substantial but she released him on bail of $2,500 with several conditions, including that he participate in random drug screening.
So, all the drug dealers out there will know that they can breach their “good behaviour bond” a.k.a. piece of BS, and do whatever they like.
Magistrate Fryar, thanks for making our streets safe….