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Queensland man gets bail over Brisbane balcony shooting

Prosecutor Michelle Aittola said there was overwhelming evidence Mr Morrissey was present during the shooting, and circumstantial evidence he provided the weapon.

She said police found weapons and ammunition hidden in Mr Morrissey’s house after the shooting, although he did not have gun licence.

Barrister Angus Edwards sought bail for Mr Morrissey, saying the Crown’s case against him was weak and based on a single “unreliable witness”.

Judge Helen Bowskill said Mr Morrissey’s mother had offered a $100,000 surety.

She granted bail, saying Mr Morrissey was not to use or possess firearms.

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