Pantazis v The Queen

Pantazis was sentenced to nine years imprisonment for attempting to pervert the cause of public justice and dealing with the proceeds of crime, in relation to his role in infamous Melbourne underworld figure Tony Mokbel’s escape from Australia. Pantazis died at St Vincents Hospital on 13 May 2013, and a notice of discontinuance was filed on 28 May 2013.

High Court Judgment
Result Discontinued
High Court Documents Pantazis v The Queen
Related Cases Elias v The Queen; Issa v The Queen
Special Leave [2013] HCATrans 51 15 March 2013
Appeal from VSCA [2012] VSCA 160 30 July 2012
Sentencing Judgment VSC [2011] VSC 54 1 March 2011
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About Martin Clark

Martin Clark is a PhD Candidate and Judge Dame Rosalyn Higgins Scholar at the London School of Economics and Political Science and Research Fellow at Melbourne Law School. He holds honours degrees in law, history and philosophy from the University of Melbourne, and an MPhil in Law from MLS. While at MLS, he worked as a researcher for several senior faculty members, was a 2012 Editor of the Melbourne Journal of International Law, tutor at MLS and various colleges, a Jessie Legatt Scholar, and attended the Center for Transnational Legal Studies Program.