Defence counsel Evan Hughes is closing the case in Natalie Maher murder trial

Nick Clark
Updated November 5 2021 - 7:47am, first published November 4 2021 - 3:00pm
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The pillow alleged to have been used as a murder weapon by Natalie Maher may not have been big enough to be effective, a defence counsel Evan Hughes told a Supreme Court jury.

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Nick Clark

Nick Clark


I am the Supreme and Magistrates Court reporter for the Examiner for the past 18 months. My journalism career has clicked over 30 years and encompasses four different spells at Tasmanian newspapers.

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