Gable Tostee could face conflicting bail conditions when released from prison

July 31, 2015 4:29 pm

 

could face conflicting bail conditions when he is released from prison. Photo / Supplied

Accused murderer Gable Tostee could face conflicting bail conditions when he is released from prison.
Tostee
is set to be released on Saturday after serving a 10-month sentence for
leading police on a high-speed police pursuit following a music
festival in Byron Bay in July last year.
He was jailed for the offence while on bail for the alleged murder of New Zealand tourist Warriena Wright on the Gold Coast.

Gable Tostee was jailed for the offence while on bail for the alleged murder of New Zealand tourist Warriena Wright. Photo / Supplied via Queensland Police
Gable Tostee was jailed for the offence
while on bail for the alleged murder of New Zealand tourist Warriena
Wright. Photo / Supplied via Queensland Police
The 29-year-old is subject to Queensland bail conditions
that require him to live at his parents’ Carrara home but could actually
find himself stuck in NSW, the Gold Coast Bulletin reports.
Due to conflicting NSW bail conditions, Tostee isn’t allowed to leave the state without prior approval from the parole board.
Tostee’s solicitor Nick Dore said his client was trying to resolve the situation.

“He’s attempting to facilitate the transfer back to Queensland
as quickly as possible to ensure he and his family co-operate with all
government departments,” he told the Gold Coast Bulletin.
Tostee
is facing one charge of murder following the death of Ms Wright in
August last year, after she fell from the balcony of his high-rise
apartment on the Gold Coast.
Tostee is due to face court again on September 30.

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