ICAC v Cornwall (1993) 38 NSWLR 207 | 8 September 1993

ON 8 SEPTEMBER 1993, the Supreme Court of NSW delivered Independent Commission Against Corruption v Cornwall (1993) 38 NSWLR 207.

Journalist Deborah Cornwall was found guilty of contempt for not disclosing the names of unnamed police officers who told her that underworld figure Arthur “Neddy” Smith had been a police informer.

Ms Cornwall received a two month suspended sentence and 90 hours of community service.


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