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New South Wales Bar Association v Punch [2008] NSWADT 78

This case considered the issue of presenting a false case and whether or not a barrister who adduced alibi evidence from a man’s family members was untrue after the man admitted to him that he had been present at the time an armed robbery took place.

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New South Wales Bar Association v Punch [2008] NSWADT 78
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