The parties to the proceedings are Graham Henry Doggett for appellant

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At the first instance, the case was heard in the Supreme Court of Queensland. Based upon the case reported, the case is heard on appeal. This is because, it has been stated in the case reported that the appeal has been allowed and retrial shall be held. Besides that, one could see that Mr. Doggett is appealing for the offences that he had committed against The Crown.

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QUESTION 1(a) The parties to the proceedings are Graham Henry Doggett for appellant and, The Queen for respondent.(b) This case was reported in the 2001.(c) The term HCA stands for High Court of Australia; whereby it represent the court in which the proceeding was being heard in. Number "182" is the page number of the first page of the case and number "1" refers to the volume of the reported case is in.(d) The parties was represented by AJ Rafter for appellant and LJ Claire on behalf of the respondent.(e) There are 5 judges decided on this case; they are Gleeson CJ, Gaudron, McHugh, Kirby and Callinan JJ.(f) The case of Doggett v R [2001] HCA 182 ALR 1 is a criminal proceeding.QUESTION 2At the first instance, the case was heard in the Supreme Court of Queensland. Based upon the case reported, the case is heard on appeal. This is because, it has been stated in the case reported that the appeal has been allowed and retrial shall be held. Besides that, one could see that Mr. Doggett is appealing for the offences that he had committed against The Crown.QUESTION 3In one's observation, there are about 5 major issues that are highly likely to be seen. First and foremost is the issue with regards to whether, the appellant could be liable for all counts or neither any. The next issue is whether a warning was required outlining the disadvantages that the appellant would labour under at trial due to the delay, despite the fact that the accused's counsel a

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