Suppression orders and lawyers’ arrogance undermine democracy Bernard Keane - Crikey, 13 December 2018 The resort to suppression orders by our courts undermines faith in the legal system and is used by the legal industry to avoid scrutiny.
The controversial law that will decide the future of the Witness K trial Madeleine Miller - Crikey, 15 November 2018 The Witness K and Bernard Collaery case could well continue behind closed doors, prompting great concern over their right to a fair trial. But who gets to make the decision?
Top lawyers jump to the defence of former Australian spy Witness K Nick O'Malley, The Sydney Morning Herald, 29 June 2018
On 12 September 2018 concerned citizens expressed their opposition to the prosecution of "Witness K" and Bernard Collaery. In Canberra a group organised by GetUp! gathered outside the Magistrate's Court at 8:30 a.m. Andrew Wilkie, Rebekha Sharkie and Nick McKim, all Members of Parliament, condemned the charges against the pair. Susan Connelly also spoke, and … Continue reading Concerned citizens denounce charges