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This article was written by Ali Rana - Practice Director - Brisbane

Ali is a Senior Associate and practises primarily in the areas of criminal defence, employment law, complex immigration appeals, and civil litigation and dispute resolution matters. Ali is a seasoned advocate in these practice areas, regularly representing clients in the Magistrates, District and Supreme Courts of Queensland, and the Federal Circuit Court of Australia. Ali is focused on practical and...


The rules of evidence govern how a fact must be proved in a court proceeding. Evidential issues that commonly arise in criminal law matters include hearsay, relevance, expertise and competence.

When the defence and prosecution are in dispute as to whether evidence is admissible in a trial, this may have to be decided in a pre-trial proceeding known as a voir dire.

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