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Gabriel v R (1997) 76 FCR 279

This case considered the issue of character evidence and whether or not the prosecution were permitted to introduce evidence of a man’s bad character after he denied allegations made by the prosecution to the man during cross-examination.

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Gabriel v R (1997) 76 FCR 279
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