High Court decision to hear Attorney-General's application for special leave to appeal ACT judgment of Bernard Collaery adjourned

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By Toby Vue
Updated April 13 2022 - 9:53am, first published 6:30am
Canberra lawyer Bernard Collaery is set to stand trial over charges related to him allegedly sharing protected information about the Australian Secret Intelligence Service. Picture: Dion Georgopoulos

The federal Attorney-General's bid for an appeal to redact more parts of a judgment that ruled for an open trial of Bernard Collaery has been adjourned after three High Court judges questioned the application with one describing the case as being "fragmentation of a criminal proceedings at its worst" on Wednesday.

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Toby Vue

Court reporter

Toby Vue joined The Canberra Times in April 2021 and is a court reporter after covering the round in NSW and Queensland. He has also reported on regional and rural affairs, local government and sport. He was a Sunday Canberra Times reporter. Email: t.vue@canberratimes.com.au.

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