Jakaj v Kinnane [2019] ACTSC 71

The applicant was convicted of using a mobile phone while driving a motor vehicle. He had a right of appeal from the orders made by the ACT Magistrates Court but he did not seek to exercise that right, and instead sought judicial review of the Magistrate’s decision in Jakaj v Kinnane [2019] ACTSC 71. There were numerous grounds, including lack of procedural fairness, as he claimed that he felt the magistrate ‘blocked’ him when he was attempting to put his … Continue reading Jakaj v Kinnane [2019] ACTSC 71
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