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R v McIntyre (2000) 111 A Crim R 211

This case considered the issue of interfering with the administration of justice and whether or not the rudeness of a barrister and accusations of bias made towards a judge amounted to a miscarriage of justice.

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R v McIntyre (2000) 111 A Crim R 211
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