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High Court of Australia gives Chief Justice Spigelman one last slap for the James Hardie judgement.

Chief Justice Spigelman committed one last criminal act in the James Hardie matter before he resigned as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of New South Wales in May 2011. At the same time he had some major questions that needed to be answered in relation to illegal deals that his registrars were approving between the NSW Crime Commission and […]

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Crisis of confidence in the justice system says Chief Justice Bathurst after the horse has bolted.

In a speech given at the NSW Law Society at the end of January 2012 Chief Justice Bathurst of the NSW Supreme Court said there is a crisis of confidence in the justice system. If he wants to know a major reason for the crisis in confidence he need look no further than his own court, the […]

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What is the price of freedom? About $900,000 if you are bribing Commissioner Phillip Bradley at the NSW Crime Commission.

The bottom line with this post is that there is enough prima facie evidence to have Commissioner Phillip Bradley of the NSW Crime Commission charged with criminal offences. E.g taking bribes, attempting to pervert the course of justice and conspiracy to pervert the course of justice etc. The NSW Crime Commission is a law enforcement body that is […]

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Chief Justice Spigelman – Predetermined Judgements

This post is only a short one but it covers a topic that is quite amazing. Chief Justice Spigelman of the New South Wales Supreme Court admitting what many people know. Although he does try to back pedal afterwards. In an article that Richard Ackland wrote in the Sydney Morning Herald on the 12th November 2010 the following showed […]

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