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'Imprisonment has not deterred you': Family violence lands man back in prison

Joe Colbrook
Updated March 1 2024 - 3:45pm, first published 1:00pm
Bradley John Cashion was sentenced to three years in prison by the Supreme Court, after persistent family violence offences. Pictures by Paul Scambler, from file
Bradley John Cashion was sentenced to three years in prison by the Supreme Court, after persistent family violence offences. Pictures by Paul Scambler, from file

A man guilty of persistent family violence offences, including firing a shotgun over the head of his partner, won't be released from prison any time soon.

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Joe Colbrook

Joe Colbrook

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Journalist at The Examiner, covering local government and planning, emergency services, breaking news and court. Send tips to joe.colbrook@austcommunitymedia.com.au. Ex-Jimboomba Times, UQ Alumni

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