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Greg Richardson seeks to keep Christine Radford from Risdon prison term for trafficking charge | The Advocate

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A 40-year-old woman who has had a criminal history from 10-years-old has shown a “remarkable rehabilitation” since finding out she was pregnant in 2018, her lawyer said. On Monday, Christine Joy Radford pleaded guilty in the Burnie Supreme Court to trafficking methylamphetamine at various locations in Tasmania including in the North-West. Crown prosecutor Katie Edwards told the court Radford was involved in bringing tens of thousands of dollars worth of ice into Tasmania between 2015 and 2016. Ms Edwards said Radford used aliases and the identities of other women to purchase plane…



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