Flowers v State of New South Wales [2020] NSWSC 526

In Flowers v State of New South Wales [2020] NSWSC 526 the applicant sought to order that his claim for damages for malicious prosecution be heard by a jury, and that his application for a jury should itself be determined by a jury. In a very impressive document headed “Challenge to the Jurisdiction of the Court” Mr Flowers contends that trial by jury is an inalienable right guaranteed to him by the Magna Carta over 800 years ago and remains … Continue reading Flowers v State of New South Wales [2020] NSWSC 526
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