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Graham v R [1998] HCA 61; 195 CLR 606

This case considered the issue of an exception to hearsay and whether or not the courts failure to have regard to the statutory provisions in relations to the exceptions to hearsay evidence resulted in a miscarriage of justice.  This case also considers the “freshness” requirement for the exception to hearsay evidence.

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Graham v R [1998] HCA 61; 195 CLR 606
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