Former Magistrate Heilpern told porkies that Covid fines cannot be challenged and thrown out – this one did not even start

Dean of Law at Southern Cross University, David Heilpern claims it is a waste of time challenging fines in summary jurisdiction.

In this audio of a Melbourne prosecution for ignoring a health directive, the prosecutor applied for the charges to be dismissed after hearing from the accused who challenged the authority of the court. What does the Dean of Law say about this? He has been telling porkies to News Ltd. How did he get to be Dean of Law at Southern Cross University?


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Posted on February 8, 2023, in Courts, covid lockdown, Covid-19, General and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. Here is the incident which resulted in a court summons for unlicensed driving and public nuisance MORE importantly how i dealt with it ! … language warning on my acceptance speech upon receiving the notice from Queensland police that they were not going ahead with their nonsense no contest … … further proof it is not the methodology that is flawed but it is people’s poor implementation of it … cheers Michael-andrew


  2. “How did he get to be Dean of Law at Southern Cross University?” – Ask his mother (Sandra Heilpern/activist/author and former councilor of The Byron Shire)

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  3. Not related to this story but another politician speaking out re: vaccine injuries I’ve never heard of him (guess my fault). A Russell Broadbent??
    See here


  4. Would be great if someone with the experience and time to mount a case to have the Dean of Law at Southern Cross University David Heilpern disqualified from his position on the grounds of incompetence and deliberate misdirection.
    We the taxpayers who pay for his inflated salary demand no less.
    Love to see the arrogant swine get his comeuppance, prosecuted and heavily fined!


  5. The main is obviously not fit to sit on the Bench.


  6. I’m happy to provide an example of personally not having to even attend for a court appearance by simply responding with a REBUTTAL letter within the required means about this time last year here in Queensland … trust law 👈 it’s not rocket science

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  7. Ask his mother


  8. Ask his mother!


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