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A retrial is happening in a police murder case 20 years after the conviction. Two lawyers explain the case

By Meribah Rose, Associate Lecturer in Criminology, La Trobe University
Pascale Chifflet, Senior Lecturer, La Trobe Law School, La Trobe University
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The retrial marks a significant milestone in Victoria’s criminal justice system – it’s the first since a new law allowed defendants to seek an additional appeal in criminal cases.The Conversation

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