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The Trial court ordered the accused to dress up like the armed robber and the jury compared the security camera footage of the hold up. DNA taken from the base ball capital matched the accused Mr. Evan's DNA profile which was expected to occur only in one in 10 billion cases.


CCA concluded both the errors were insignificant and confirmed that the trial had proved Mr. Evan's guilt beyond doubt.
The High Court of Australia allowed the appeal and ordered a new trial. The court held that errors at trail to ask Mr. Evans to dress like the robber and also not allowing his claim for alibi undermined Mr. Evan's defense and that he had not received a fair trail. The court held that there had been a substantial miscarriage of justice1.
safety and health of the people as well as the environment. The identification and management of the risks associated with the GMOs and to regulate them is the prime objective of the GT Act2. For the purpose of adopting the GT Act effectively by all the states a 'Gene Technology Regulator (GTR) was established under the Common Wealth Act which authority was given power to act in each state. The national scheme governing the GMOs is regulated by the GTR3. The GTR acts independently on her own subject however to the powers granted by the
Act. "Four categories of dealings are exempted from the general prohibition on dealings with GMOs"4These dealings are (a) Exempt dealings; (b) Notifiable low risk dealings; (c) Dealings listed on the GMO Register and (d) Licensed dealings
(a) The Kyoto Protocol was a treaty entered into in December 1997 at Kyoto with the objective of re ...
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