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Evans & Gardiner (No2) [1976] VR 523

This case considered the issue of causation in relation to homicide and whether or not the failure of a doctor to correctly diagnose a mans injuries which led to his death was an intervening event which broke the chain of causation between the original injury and the eventual death of the victim.

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Evans & Gardiner (No2) [1976] VR 523 R v Evans and Gardiner (No. 2) (1976) VR 523
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