Sue-Neill Fraser's final appeal case heard in Hobart Supreme Court

By Matt Maloney
Updated March 8 2018 - 6:14pm, first published 6:10pm
‘Fresh and compelling evidence’ criticised by DPP
‘Fresh and compelling evidence’ criticised by DPP

The prosecution team in the long-running Sue Neill-Fraser murder case has dismissed new so-called fresh and compelling evidence, used as justification for a last-ditch appeal to overturn a 2010 conviction.

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