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LIV supports retaining and improving committal hearings
LIV supports retaining and improving committal hearings

 Criminal Law Section 02 Oct 2019

The LIV has recommended committal hearings be retained in its submission to the Victorian Law Reform Commission’s review of committals...
 

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Federal Court judgments
Federal Court judgments

 Dan Star QC 01 Sep 2019

Findings of contempt set aside – primary judge denied procedural fairness to convicted...

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In our opinion
In our opinion

 Paul A Czarnota 01 Feb 2019

Medical panels provide expert opinion to courts, playing an integral role in personal injury law...

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Protected under the Evidence Act?
Protected under the Evidence Act?

 Jessica Andreacchio 01 Aug 2018

Lawyers should be mindful of what information is disclosed during, and outside of, settlement negotiations.

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Courts lift standards on expert reports
Courts lift standards on expert reports

 Karin Derkley 01 Nov 2017

The Court of Appeal has been at the forefront of reform in recent years, with a series of practice notes aiming to improve the ways criminal courts deal with expert evidence...

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New or fresh: a big difference
New or fresh: a big difference

 Katherine Farrell 01 Feb 2017

When seeking to appeal a client’s conviction on the basis of fresh evidence, it is important to consider whether the evidence is fresh or merely new as a higher bar applies...

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Criminal lawyers weigh evidence change
Criminal lawyers weigh evidence change

 Law Institute Journal 01 Dec 2016

Criminal lawyers have voiced mixed responses to the Victorian government’s new laws on how expert evidence is presented to juries in criminal trials. The Crimes Legislation Further Amendment Bill 2016...

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