Revealed – List of Australian Politicians convicted of Crimes – Original Document

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Federal

NameYearPartyOffenceSentenceNotesReference
John Curtin1914LaborFailing to comply with a compulsory medical examination for conscription3 days’ jailLater became Prime Minister of Australia; first Prime Minister to be convicted of an offence[1]
Benjamin Benny1926NationalistFraudulent conversion of trust funds3 years’ jail[2]
Wilson Tuckey1967LiberalAssaultFined $50.00After being convicted of assaulting an Aboriginal man, he was nicknamed “Iron Bar”[3]
Derryn Hinch1987, 2011, 2014Derryn Hinch’s Justice PartyContempt of court, breaching suppression orders12 days in prison, 5 months’ home detention, 50 days in prisonHinch was a radio announcer at the times of his crimes, and was elected to the Australian Senate in 2016[4]
Frank Ford1996LiberalFraud[5]
Bob Woods1997LiberalRorting travel expenses18-month suspended jail sentence[6]
Michael Cobb1998NationalRorting travel expensesFined $14,000, 2-year suspended jail term[7]
Andrew Theophanous2002LaborBribery and fraud6 years’ jailServed two years and successfully appealed the fraud charge.[8]
Craig Thomson2014Labor/
Independent
Theft$25,000 fine[9]Reduced from 12 months’ jail with 9 months suspended on appeal, 49 charges of fraud dismissed.[10][9]
Steve Irons2015LiberalUnlicensed drink driving4-month good behaviour order[11]

New South Wales

NameYearPartyOffenceSentenceNotesReference
Peter Howe1891ProtectionistConspiracy to defraud the Australian Mercantile Loan and Guarantee CompanyImprisoned for 7 years, released after 3 years and 7 months.One of a series of prosecutions in relation to bank failures. Resigned from the Legislative Assembly after conviction[12][13]
Frank Smith1892Free Tradeconspiracy to fraudulently misrepresent the financial affairs of the Australian Mercantile Loan and Guarantee CompanyImprisoned for 7 years, released after 3 years.One of a series of prosecutions in relation to bank failures, had been defeated in 1891.[14][15]
Francis Abigail1892Free TradeConspiracy to issue a false balance-sheetImprisoned for 5 years, released after 2 years and 6 months.One of a series of prosecutions in relation to bank failures, had been defeated in 1891.[13][16]
Thomas Slattery1905ProtectionistStealing £6,958Imprisoned for 3 years and 6 months, set aside by High CourtSeat in Legislative Council declared vacant after conviction but before the successful appeal to the High Court.[17]
Alan Millard1906Liberal ReformMisappropriation of £5 of a client’s money6 months, suspended on 12 month good behaviour bondSeat in Legislative Assembly was declared vacant[17]
Theodore Trautwein1940IndependentFalse representation to avoid bankruptcyImprisoned for 12 monthsSeat in Legislative Council declared vacant by the Court of Disputed Returns. Subsequently imprisoned for contempt of court.[17]
Thomas Ley1947NationalistMurderDeath, later commuted to confinement in Broadmoor AsylumInvolvement with a number of disappearances, including that of Frederick McDonald, his predecessor as MP[18]
Rex Jackson1987LaborAccepting bribes10 yearsFormer Minister for Corrective Services. Increased from 7½ years on appeal[19]
Tony Packard1993LiberalUnlawful use of listening devicesFined $1000Offences were committed while operating a used-car business, prior to entering parliament[20]
Barry Morris1996LiberalMaking death threats1 yearDecreased from 2½ years on appeal[21]
Phuong Ngo2001Independent/
Labor
MurderLife imprisonmentConvicted of ordering the killing of Australian MP John Newman on 5 September 1994, a crime which has been described as Australia’s first political assassination.[22][23][24][25]
Milton Orkopoulos2008Labor33 counts, including child sex and drug offences13 years and 8 months (non-parole period 9 years)Decreased from 13 years and 11 months on appeal[26]
Richard Face2009LaborMaking a false statement to the ICACFined $2,500, three-year good-behaviour bondLied about misusing parliamentary and electoral office staff to help set up a consultancy.[27][28]
Karyn Paluzzano2012LaborFalsely claiming parliamentary paymentsTwelve months’ home detention[29][30]
Adam Marshall2014NationalMid-range prescribed content of alcoholDriver’s licence suspended for nine months, fined $2,000Returned a blood alcohol reading of 0.112.[31][32]
Eddie Obeid2016LaborMisconduct in public office5 years (non-parole period of 3 years)Failing to declare his precuniary interest while a member of parliament and subsequent attempts to influence bureaucrats and Labor colleagues so as to benefit his family[33][34][35][36][37]
Ian Macdonald2017LaborWilful misconduct in public office10 years (non-parole period 7 years) set aside on appealConviction set aside on appeal and re-trial ordered[38][39]
Eddie Obeid2021LaborConspiracy to wilfully commit misconduct in public officeEddie Obeid, Moses Obeid and Ian Macdonald conspired for Macdonald to commit misconduct concerning the granting of a coal exploration licence involving the Mount Penny tenement[40][41]
Ian Macdonald

Queensland

NameYearPartyOffenceSentenceNotesReference
William Hamilton1891Laborconspiracy in connection with the Queensland shearers’ strike3 yearsfuture state MP[42]
Brian Austin1990Nationalmisappropriating public funds15 months[43]
Leisha Harvey1990Nationalmisappropriating public funds12 months7 months served in home detention[43]
Don Lane1990Nationalmisappropriating public funds12 months[43]
Geoff Muntz1990Nationalmisappropriating public funds12 months[43]
Keith Wright1993Laborchild sex offences8 years (non-parole period 4 years), paroled after 5½ yearsFormer Opposition Leader[44]
Bill D’Arcy2000Laborchild sex offences11 years (non-parole period 7 years)[45]
Merri Rose2005Laborextortion1½ years[44]
Karen Struthers2007LaborDrink driving$1,000 fine and loss of licence for 10 months[46]
Gordon Nuttall2009, 2011LaborCorruption, receiving secret commissions, theft15 years (non-parole period 10 years)[47]
Scott Driscoll2013Liberal National42 counts of contempt of Parliament, four counts of failing to register interests and one count of misleading the Housefined $84,000 for contempt;fined $4,000 for failing to register interests; fined $2,000 for misleading the House; and the Legislative Assembly moved to expel Driscoll from the chamber and declare the seat of Redcliffe vacant “to protect the honour and dignity of the Legislative Authority”.[48]
Paul Pisasale2019Labor/Independent2 counts of extortion. In 2020 he pleaded guilty to 30 other charges including Fraud, Sexual Assault and Official Corruption7.5 years (non-parole period 3 years)Former Mayor of Ipswich

Tasmania

NameYearPartyOffenceSentenceNotesReference
Brenton Best2002LaborDrink drivingfine and loss of licence[49]
Terry Martin2011IndependentProducing child pornography and sexual penetration of a child under the age of 17suspended sentence[50]

South Australia

NameYearPartyOffenceSentenceNotesReference
Beasley Kearney1933LaborFraudImprisonment for 3 years[51]
TammyFranks2012Greens South AustraliaTax Fraud (10 charges of failing to lodge tax returns)Fined $6600 and ordered her to pay $7,500 court costs[52]
Bernard Finnigan2015Labor/
Independent
Obtaining access to child pornographyA 15-month suspended sentence with a three-year $1,000 good behaviour bondAlso added to the sex offender register[53][54][55]

Victoria

NameYearPartyOffenceSentenceNotesReference
Carolyn Hirsh2004LaborDrink driving$600 fine and driving ban of 6 months[56]
Andrew Olexander2004LiberalDrink driving$500 fine and lost of licence for 12 month[57]
Carolyn Hirsh2006LaborDrink driving and driving while disqualified$600 fine and driving ban of 1 year[58]
Adem Somyurek2009LaborDriving while disqualifiedOne-month suspended jail sentence and $300 fine[59]

Western Australia

NameYearPartyOffenceSentenceNotesRef
Julian Stuart1891Laborconspiracy in connection with the Queensland shearers’ strike3 yearsfuture state MP[60]
George Taylor1891Laborconspiracy in connection with the Queensland shearers’ strike3 yearsfuture state MP[61]
John Marquis Hopkins1910MinisterialForging and uttering a promissory note5 yearssitting state MP[62]
Frederick Baglin1923Laborstealing as a servant3 yearssitting state MP[63]
Brian Burke1994Labormisappropriating public funds7 monthsformer state Premier[64]
Ray O’Connor1995Liberalstealing a Bond Corporation cheque from a parked car18 monthsformer state Premier[65][66]
David Parker1996Laborperjury18 monthsformer state Deputy Premier, paroled after six months[67]
Wayde Smith1998Liberalperjury18 monthsparoled after six months[68][69]
Graham Burkett2006Laborreceiving bribes14 monthsformer mayor of Stirling and state MP[70]

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