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      Monday
      Apr202020

      The Case of Annika's Drawers

      Police riffling through a journalist's drawers ... Illegal warrant, but not illegal enough to stop the Keystone Cops keeping the material on the USB stick and using it ... Seizure of property and judicial discretion ... Forget the journalism, the common law all at sea on unlawfully acquired evidence ... Where's Entick v Carrington when you need it? ... Procrustes gets to grips with the High Court's twisted knickers  

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      Tuesday
      Apr142020

      Plague moots

      Flattening the curve with remote mooting ... Easter stroll in the park tests Barely Legal's mooting skills ... Barely Legal v Const. Plod ... Public Health Restrictions on Gathering and Movement ... When three people gathering together in a public place become two ... Reprimand and warning 

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      Friday
      Apr102020

      Washing of hands

      The Rabid Princess and the passing of bucks ... Virus laden cruise ships and the Australian response ... Earlier lessons from the Diamond Princess ignored by Border Force and NSW Health ... A forest of laws ... Remembering the plague ship Surry ... The Black Death's legal legacy ... Procrustes at large 

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      Thursday
      Apr092020

      The disobedient ostrich

      Yarraside brief fights over solicitor's bill ... Failure to abide by court direction ... Judicial review of costs order ... Too much delay ... The cruel clock ... Health issues ... Personal difficulties ... General drama ... Alan Zheng reports 

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      Wednesday
      Apr082020

      Stand by your man

      No mad rush for de-rolling former AGS lawyer who diddled a trust fund ... Offence in 2009 ... Caught in 2014 ... Pleaded guilty in 2016 ... Out of the nick by 2018 ... Struck off in 2020 ... Wife "horrified" by husband's offending ... Janek Drevikovsky reports 

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      Wednesday
      Apr082020

      London Calling

      With Boris in sickbay, nurse is having a frightful time ... Jittery politics ... Bored citizens stuck at home ... Leverhulme goes for a walk outside ... Other hot topics go cold ... Corporates who care ... Problems with Zoom ... Fallout from Alex Salmond's sexual assault trial  

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      Tuesday
      Apr072020

      The war-time president

      Managing the pandemic in the US of A ... Letting the virus out of the bottle as the president bloviates and botches ... Ideology trumps science ... Misinterpreting the Defence Procurement Act ... Disbanding and closing programs for pandemic preparedness ... US manufacturers busily exporting vital equipment ... Oversight provisions in rescue legislation to be ignored ... Roger Fitch's Letter from Washington 

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      Tuesday
      Apr072020

      Those pesky judges

      What protection visa? ... Man held in immigration detention by the government after he had been granted a protection visa ... Federal Court orders immediate release ... Minister for Immigration birched in fulsome judicial rebuke ... Ministerial defiance of the law ... Disgraceful conduct ... Habeas corpus application opposed by the minister on spurious grounds ... Zoe Mitchell reports 

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      Sunday
      Apr052020

      Dexterity of the left hand

      Car accident ... Plaintiff's fraudulent case ... Farrago of lies ... Deceit ... Tentative orders for indemnity costs and to refer the plaintiff for criminal investigation ... Committing offences while allegedly incapacitated ... Priors ... A Brydens special ... Janek Drevikovsky reports 

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