2019 in Law: Lawyer X - and now Y and Z

This week, four Police Commissioners failed to answer questions. Now, we have every reason to be worried. The story up to December 2018 To recap: Lawyer X was a police informant. She claimed that she provided information about her own clients to Victoria Police because she was worried at the impact and effect of drug crime and organised crime in Victoria. Victoria Police and Lawyer X asserted that she became an informant in 2005 and fed information to police while acting as defence lawyer for alleged and proven criminals. However, of course, a lawyer cannot provide information about their own clients: at the least, it is confidential information and a breach of trust. At worst, it is a breac

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