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Warren, Coombes & Tucker (1996) 88 A Crim R 78

This case considered the issue of duress and whether or not members of an Aboriginal tribe could rely on the defence of duress for their attack on a person where they claimed that if they didn’t attack him, they would be attacked themselves.

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