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Judgement: Ada Sharon PUE v The Queen

ADA SHARON PUE V R SC SC 36/2005 []

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW ZEALAND

SC 36/2005
[2005] NZSC 55

ADA SHARON PUE
v
THE QUEEN

Court: Gault J and Blanchard J

Counsel: M A Kennedy for Applicant
E M Thomas for Respondent

Judgment: 10 August 2005

JUDGMENT OF THE COURT

The application for leave to appeal is dismissed.

REASONS

[1] The applicant was convicted, after pleading guilty on arraignment to one charge of manufacturing methamphetamine (then a Class B drug) and two charges of supplying the same drug. She seeks leave to appeal against the concurrent sentences of imprisonment for six and a half years with a minimum period to be served of three years.

[2] Written submissions in support and in opposition to the application have been considered. Oral argument on the application has not been required.

ENDS

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