Child rapist who sexually abused seven-year-old sister will NOT be imprisoned in violation of the conditions

In the Cairns court last week, the man - who can not be named to protect the girl's identity - pleaded guilty for violating the terms of his suspended sentence

Child rapist, 28, who sexually abused his seven-year-old sister, will NOT be imprisoned despite repeatedly violating conditions of his conditional sentence

  • Convicted rapist violates the conditions of his conditional sentence in Cairns
  • Judge Morzone ruled last week that return to jail & # 39; disproportionately & # 39; would be
  • The man was sentenced nine months extra to his conditional sentence
  • This is the third time that the conditions of the suspended sentence have been violated

Rosemary Cavallaro for Daily Mail Australia

A child rapist has avoided spending time behind bars despite repeatedly breaking the terms of his conditional sentence.

The registered sex offender filed a third of a prison sentence of three years after being convicted of digitally raping and sexually abusing his seven-year-old sister in 2014.

In the Cairns court last week, the man – who can not be called to protect the girl's identity – pleaded guilty of violating the terms of his conditional sentence.

In the Cairns court last week, the man - who can not be named to protect the girl's identity - pleaded guilty for violating the terms of his suspended sentence

In the Cairns court last week, the man – who can not be named to protect the girl's identity – pleaded guilty for violating the terms of his suspended sentence

The court heard that the suspect, now 28, has not reported his contact with the 10-year-old daughter of his partner to the police.

Judge Dean Morzone considered a return to prison for the man as & # 39; disproportionate & # 39; and the man will not be put behind bars.

& # 39; This is now the third time you have gone to court because you have violated the duty to report & # 39 ;, said Judge Morzone.

& # 39; Some say three strikes and you're gone & # 39 ;, reported the Cairns Post.

Judge Dean Morzone (photo) considered a return to prison for the man as & # 39; disproportionate & # 39; and the man will not be put behind bars

Judge Dean Morzone (photo) considered a return to prison for the man as & # 39; disproportionate & # 39; and the man will not be put behind bars

Judge Dean Morzone (photo) considered a return to prison for the man as & # 39; disproportionate & # 39; and the man will not be put behind bars

Tim Grau, the defendant's lawyer, told the court that the incident was "a stupid mistake to understand the seriousness of his obligation".

Judge Morzone extended the suspension period for a further nine months.

This was a similar result of the man's violations in 2016 and 2017, after which nine months were added to his conditional sentence.

The defendant also received a $ 1250 fine for those previous violations.

Judge Morzone extended the period of the suspended sentence by another nine months

Judge Morzone extended the period of the suspended sentence by another nine months

Judge Morzone extended the period of the suspended sentence by another nine months

He was found guilty of not reporting a changed address, owning a cell phone and contacting social media with a 17-year-old.

Mr. Grau explained that the perpetrator had been evicted from the rape and had become homeless.

& # 39; He continues to lead a life of shame due to his original insult, & # 39; said Mr. Grau.

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