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5.2.17

Dylan Voller to be released from prison | NITV: Justice Barr said his decision was influenced by Mr Voller's looming release date, and said if he wasn’t released into Bush Mob now, he would be released in eight months time without any “support or guidance”.

“This will give Mr Voller the opportunity to demonstrate good behaviour in the community,” he said.

Mr Voller will complete a sixteen week placement at Bush Mob, and will then return to court, where a decision will be made on whether the remaining two months of his sentence are suspended or not.

Sister Kirra Voller cried as Justice Barr read out his decision, and said she was “speechless”.


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