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R v Meier (1982) 30 SASR 126

This case considered the issue of the duties of a prosecutor and whether or not evidence which was admitted in a trial which was irrelevant to the case amounted to a miscarriage of justice.

 

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R v Meier (1982) 30 SASR 126
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