Chris Dawson has been granted bail after he was charged with murdering his wife, Lynette Dawson, in Sydney in the 1980s.
The former rugby league player intends to plead not guilty to killing his wife, who was 33 when she disappeared from Sydney’s northern beaches in 1982.
At Central Local Court on Monday, magistrate Robert Williams granted the 70-year-old’s bail application.
According to 9News, Dawson will have to deposit $1.5 million as security, will have to report to police daily, and won’t be allowed to travel more than 20 kilometres from his Queensland home.
Dawson was arrested in Queensland on December 5 and charged with Lyn’s murder.
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