When does Toby Mitchell constitute a risk to public safety?

Toby Mitchell, 40, the former Bandidos sergeant-at-arms who survived two attempts on his life, was granted bail on Tuesday (July 2015) after a magistrate struck out 16 charges including extortion, making threats to kill and firearm offences.

Mitchell must return to Melbourne Magistrates Court on August 5 to be sentenced on one count of recklessly causing injury.

He might also have to return to the County Court given the assault occurred while he had a suspended jail term hanging over him.

Most recently he was charged with trying to extort $300,000 from another former Bandido and threatening the man’s infant girl outside a Clarendon St restaurant.

 If we're going to be tough on crime, we should be tough on this guy
If we’re going to be tough on crime, we should be tough on this guy

Now, he’s on bail again after allegedly assaulting a cyclist.

What does this guy have to do to be locked up?

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