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Deputy commissioner faces court this morning


Important dates have been set for ATO deputy commissioner Michael Cranston’s court case relating to the recently uncovered $165 million tax fraud syndicate.

By Lara Bullock 8 minute read

Greg Walsh & Co lawyer Angela Skocic appeared on behalf of Mr Cranston in front of Magistrate Jennifer Atkinson for his mention at the Downing Centre local court today.

In the mention, important dates for proceedings were set.

Magistrate Atkinson ordered that the prosecution appear court to deliver a brief on 8 August 2017, and Mr Cranston’s defence appear to provide a reply on 29 August 2017.


Ms Skocic asked for Mr Cranston to be excused from appearing on 29 August, which Magistrate Atkinson granted.

 More to come. 


Lara Bullock


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