Former Magistrate Heilpern told porkies that Covid fines cannot be challenged and thrown out – this one did not even start

Dean of Law at Southern Cross University, David Heilpern claims it is a waste of time challenging fines in summary jurisdiction.

In this audio of a Melbourne prosecution for ignoring a health directive, the prosecutor applied for the charges to be dismissed after hearing from the accused who challenged the authority of the court. What does the Dean of Law say about this. He has been telling porkies to News Ltd. How did he get to be a Dean of Law at Southern Cross University?


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