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Cornwell v R [2007] HCA 12; (2007) 234 ALR 51

This case considered the issue of protection from self incrimination and whether or not a man who was on trial for offences related to drug importation could obtain a certificate to protect him from his evidence given in relation to the selling of those drugs in Australia.

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Cornwell v R [2007] HCA 12; (2007) 234 ALR 51
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