Monthly Archives: December 2022

Duty of disclosure lasts forever

The duty of disclosure of “all matters within their knowledge” applies to all those who represent the Crown – and is a duty in perpetuity, write BIBI SANGHA and Dr BOB MOLES of Flinders University, in their December 21, 2022, … Continue reading

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Bruce Lehrmann case inquiry launched by ACT

The ACT Government is launching an inquiry that will investigate the conduct of the prosecution, the defence and police involved in the botched case of Bruce Lermann, accused of raping Brittany Higgins inside Parliament, after the trial was aborted and … Continue reading

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Sue Neill-Fraser case for CCRC

Andrew L. Urban. Following two unsuccessful appeals against her conviction for the 2009 murder of her partner Bob Chappell and twice refused leave to appeal to the High Court, Sue Neill-Fraser’s controversial 12 year old conviction is an ideal matter … Continue reading

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Sue Neill-Fraser not a stereotypical killer – Parole Board

Tasmania’s Parole Board has published its reasons for releasing Sue Neill-Fraser on parole after 13 years (of a 23 year sentence), and noted that she did not present like a stereotypical killer. The Parole Board said Mr Chappell’s death was … Continue reading

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Presumption of guilt & other travesties in the case against Lehrmann

Andrew L. Urban. Bruce Lehrmann has had to move away from Canberra, change his appearance and is living in the shadows, broke and looking for work of any kind to survive. He is not on the run from the law, … Continue reading

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