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Attorney-General for State of Queensland v Colin Lovitt QC [2003] QSC 279

This case considered the issue of contempt of court and whether or not statements made about a judge by a barrister to nearby journalists undermined the public confidence in the administration of justice.

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Attorney-General for State of Queensland v Colin Lovitt QC [2003] QSC 279
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