Crime and Corruption Commission spends almost $75k in legal battle against former Queensland deputy premier Jackie Trad

Crime and Corruption Commission spends almost $75k in legal battle against former Queensland deputy premier Jackie Trad

Crime and Corruption Commission spends almost $75k in legal battle against former Queensland deputy premier Jackie Trad Queensland taxpayers have forked out about $75,000 to fund the state's corruption watchdog's legal bill fighting court action brought by former deputy premier Jackie Trad. Key points: - It is not known whether the report makes any findings against Jackie Trad - The CCC’s legal costs were revealed after a private meeting of the PCCC - Taxpayers are also funding some or all of Ms Trad’s legal costs – these remain unknown The Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) has incurred the costs as a result of legal action launched by Ms Trad in the Supreme Court to have a CCC report suppressed from being publicly released. It is not known whether the report …
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