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Australia Lawyer X will be forced to front royal commission

04:12  04 december  2019
04:12  04 december  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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Nicola Gobbo's double dealings as both a lawyer and police informer saw a man acquitted of murder after a decade behind bars and she may be forced to show up at the royal commission she prompted. The woman known as Lawyer X won't have to front up to the multi-million dollar inquiry to

Lawyer -turned-informer Nicola Gobbo will be required to give evidence to the Royal Commission into the Management of Police Informers, which was set up after she snitched on a number of her underworld clients. "Ms Gobbo will give evidence by telephone on January 29, 2020," Commissioner

Victoria's notorious Lawyer X will be forced to give evidence at the royal commission into the police handling of informants, despite arguing she is too sick. © AAP Victoria's notorious Lawyer X will be forced to give evidence at the royal commission into the police handling of informants, despite arguing she is too sick.

Victoria's notorious Lawyer X will be forced to give evidence at the royal commission into the police handling of informants, despite arguing she is too sick.

Lawyer-turned-informer Nicola Gobbo will give evidence via telephone to the Royal Commission into the Management of Police Informers, commissioner Margaret McMurdo ruled today.

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Gobbo's lawyers told the royal commission today that the turncoat lawyer was still unfit to face scrutiny for snitching on her clients to police because she's mentally and physically unwell.

"Ms Gobbo will give evidence by telephone on January 29, 2020," Ms McMurdo said in her decision.

More to come...

'They'll kill me': Nicola Gobbo breaks silence, saying she fears police may kill her .
"My greatest fear is the police themselves." Nicola Gobbo breaks her silence and says she felt morally obliged to give police information.The barrister-turned-informer also says she may "do things differently" in her career if she had her time again. She is living in hiding overseas with her children.

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