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Tasmanian Supreme Court Judge, Justice Gregory Geason, finds himself in a legal debacle as all local magistrates stepped down from his case due to personal or professional ties. The accusations against Justice Geason involve common assault and emotional abuse, to which he has pleaded not guilty.

The next chapter in this legal saga is set for April 30, where the duration and specifics of a future hearing will be ironed out. To ensure impartiality, an interstate magistrate will be appointed to oversee the proceedings.

Allegations against Justice Geason include disturbing details such as tracking a person’s movements, coercing them into sharing a phone account, and instances of physical and emotional abuse. These serious allegations have brought significant attention to the case and raised concerns about justice and fairness.


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Article Title: Interstate magistrate to hear criminal matter involving Tasmanian Supreme Court judge Gregory Geason
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