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APPEAL TO THE SUPREME COURT OF QUEENSLAND - selection of the trial judge

The view is that on 17.04.2013 she committed an offence 'an attempt to pervert course of justice’ by being a judge in her very own case and on 24.04.2013  she likely did another one ‘the indirect contempt of court’ by showing DISRESPECT to her senior judicial colleagues. Even the device of immunity given to her does not terminate the fact that she is guilty of committing a criminal offence.

13.05.2013 - Outline of Arguments

13.06.2013 - BAQ lawyers gave their Outline of Arguments

19.06.2013 - My reply to BAQ lawyers Outline of Arguments


APPEAL TO THE SUPREME COURT OF QUEENSLAND -
striking out my application


12.06.2013 - Notice Of Appeal

10.07.2013 - Outline of Arguments

31.07.2013 - Outline of Arguments from BAQ lawyers
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07.08.2013 - My reply to BAQ lawyers


08.10.2013 - 2 Appeals in Supreme Court heard by Judges McMurdo; Mullins; Lyons.
I repeated the question I intend to ask at every court appearance. This was particularly important in this case when I relied on the principle of ‘Nemo iudex in causa sua’.
'Queensland legal system – is it a dodgy, shabby back yard operation or respectable legal system complying with international rules, standards and obligations.'

(Transcript - selection of the trial judge)

(Transcript - methods used by judiciary)


 


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