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Dubbo Local Court's three-minute 'travesty' man convicted with no prosecutor, no papers or plea

By Newsroom
Updated June 7 2022 - 5:03am, first published June 6 2022 - 5:00am
The Supreme Court of NSW has critiscised Dubbo Local Court's three-minute 'travesty' where a man was convicted with no prosecutor, no papers or plea formally entered. Picture: File

A NSW Supreme Court has criticised a three-minute "travesty" in Dubbo Local Court earlier this year where a Magistrate finalised an ADVO breach without the accused formally entering a plea, the police prosecutor in the room or papers being tendered.

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