Recent Cases in the Court of Appeal

Date uploaded:
28 Mar 2023
Paul Holdenson KC and Jack O'Connor analyse the most recent decisions in the court of appeal across nine categories. Cases of complicity, evidence of incriminating conduct and retrials are discussed, among others.

Paul has developed a specialist practice as an appellate advocate, appearing predominantly in criminal appeals. He regularly appears before the Victorian Court of Appeal, the High Court of Australia and interstate appellate courts, including Western Australia, South Australia and Tasmania. He has particular interests in the law of criminal procedure and the law of evidence

Jack accepts briefs in public and administrative law, appellate crime, and commercial law. He appears regularly in the Court of Appeal, both led and unled, on appeals against conviction and sentence.  Jack is a contributing author to Bourke’s Criminal Law Victoria in the areas of human rights law and lotteries, and a reporter for the Victorian Reports. 
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