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R v Pernich (1991) 55 A Crim R 464

This case considered the issue of the duties of a prosecutor and whether or not inflammatory remarks made during the course of the trial should have resulted in the discharge of the jury.

 

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R v Pernich (1991) 55 A Crim R 464
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