Wangaratta murder trial delayed as 'unnecessary travel' refused during Melbourne lockdown

By Supreme Court
Updated July 9 2020 - 4:09pm, first published 4:00pm
Phillip Dunn
Phillip Dunn

The Office of Public Prosecutions has refused to send staff to Wangaratta during Melbourne's lockdown to record evidence for a murder trial, with the judge questioning why that was not classified as "necessary travel".

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