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R v Lucas [1973] VR 693

This case considered the issue of the duty to call a material witness and whether or not the conviction of a man who was found guilty of culpable driving could be reversed on the basis that a witness whose evidence may have acquitted him was not called by the prosecution.


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R v Lucas [1973] VR 693
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