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As she stood on the steps of the County Court in Melbourne with her two daughters, she said she had been victimised through the lengthy legal proceedings. She said she was forced to reveal her medical records in the initial trial, which she told the judge was "morally wrong", but she was prepared to do whatever it took ensure justice."I believe there should be a blanket approach to prohibiting access to health professionals' files as the defence should not be able to use this private confidential information against victims [and] survivors in court," she said.Ms Gwynn said he had acted spontaneously and opportunistically with the woman and had not disguised himself or used an unidentifiable car.Judge Gamble today told Pajic, who has a long history of depression and trauma with low intellect, that he was a vulnerable prisoner and would serve his sentence in protective custody.Padjasek's 2 co-offenders were 2 girls aged 14 and 15 yrs old."Man pleads guilty to raping schoolgirl" (17-1-2007) An Ainslie man has pleaded guilty to raping an 11-year-old schoolgirl who was on an excursion to Canberra in September last year.Jatender Pal, 31, of Laverton, was sentenced to 15 months jail, three to be served immediately and 12 suspended for 12 months.He was also put on a two-year community-corrections order, including 100 hours of community service and sex offenders education for the two counts of indecent assault.
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Judge Gamble regarded being grabbed and dragged into his car to satisfy Pajic's "sexual desires was just a terrifying incident".
His barrister had told the court that Pajic, who has an IQ of 55, had been found borderline-to-low range in every aspect of a clinical neuropsychologist's testing.
Pajic, formerly of Lalor, pleaded guilty to a charge of detaining the woman by force with the intention of taking part in an act of sexual penetration.
Judge Mark Gamble said at the time that Pajic's conduct "struck fear into the mind" of the victim and "the community as a whole".
The medical expert found it was likely that low reasoning and logic was impacting on his judgment at the time of offending.