Baker v New South Wales Police [2013] NSWSC 57

The appellant was convicted of refusing to provide a breath sample, speeding, and not producing a driver’s licence. He appealed in Baker v New South Wales Police [2013] NSWSC 57 on the grounds he was denied his “inalienable right to trial by jury”, and demanded $250,000.00 in damages. He also contended that all judges must be appointed by the Governor-General, and that the appeal court had no jurisdiction, demanding the appeal be conducted by a jury. The court dismissed the appeal … Continue reading Baker v New South Wales Police [2013] NSWSC 57
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