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  • Sep 15, 2014
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Becky Wong

Egan untruthful, says judge

Lawyer's attempt to explain breaching court's gagging order 'defies imagination'

Thursday, 15 June, 2006, 12:00am

Boss wanted to help secretary, court told

An attempt by the chairman of a listed company to gain access to his secretary while she was being held by the Independent Commission Against Corruption was an act of caring rather than an attempt to pervert justice, the District Court heard yesterday.

29 Apr 2006 - 12:00am

No record ICAC officer went to key meeting, court told

The ICAC's security system showed no record of a senior officer leaving his office to attend a meeting he claimed was held to decide whether to induct a woman onto its witness protection programme, the District Court heard yesterday.

22 Apr 2006 - 12:00am

Top ICAC man denies lying over induction

A top manager of the ICAC's witness protection programme said yesterday he had no idea that his superior had not endorsed his approval for enrolling a woman in the programme at the time the anti-graft body told a court the induction had taken place.

21 Apr 2006 - 12:00am

ICAC lied about key meeting, court told

A meeting that top ICAC officers said they held to discuss placing a suspect on the witness protection programme never took place, a defence counsel claimed yesterday in the District Court.

20 Apr 2006 - 12:00am

Witness did not ask for a lawyer, court hears

The ICAC did not tell a protected witness in a corruption investigation that barrister Kevin Egan had been looking for her because she never requested to see a lawyer, a senior officer in charge of the case told the District Court yesterday.

13 Apr 2006 - 12:00am

Identity of witness obvious, court told

The unusual development of a court case involving a person on the ICAC's witness protection programme allowed even a 'blind Freddy' to guess what was happening, counsel for barrister Kevin Egan said yesterday.

21 Mar 2006 - 12:00am

Secretary wanted to 'escape ICAC'

Solicitor's clerk felt angry when she later told court she stayed voluntarily

A secretary of a listed company told a solicitor's clerk she wanted to escape from the 'evil claws of the ICAC' after she was arrested in an investigation of her employer, the District Court heard yesterday.

11 Mar 2006 - 12:00am

ICAC told to reveal identity of wiretapper

You cannot just say officer does not remember call, judge tells graft buster

The prosecution case that the ICAC could not disclose details of a monitored telephone conversation because the officer in charge had no memory of it 'flies in the face of common sense', the judge in the trial of veteran lawyers Kevin Egan and Andrew Lam Ping-cheung said yesterday.

2 Mar 2006 - 12:00am