Kapunda Road Royal Commission

The Kapunda Road Royal Commission is a royal commission created by the Government of South Australia to inquire into the circumstances surrounding the hit and run death of Ian Humphrey and the circumstances around the trial and conviction of Eugene McGee. The Royal Commissioner is Greg James QC. The first hearing of the Commission was on 12 May 2005 and the report was scheduled to be delivered on 20 June 2005.

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... Eugene McGee is still listed with the Law Society as a practising solicitor ... Websites advertising his practice list Mr McGee as a defence lawyer for charges of drink driving, culpable driving and dangerous driving offences which has caused anger in the community ...

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