More work to be done on Linc prosecution
THE prosecution in the case against five former executives of Linc Energy has promised to provide more documents to the defendants by the end of the month.
The matter was heard in the Dalby Magistrates Court on Tuesday.
All five defendants, who face charges of failing to ensure Linc Energy complied with the Environmental Protection Act had legal representation via telephone.
Prosecutor Ralph Devlin QC outlined several documents that were outstanding, and that were anticipated to be handed to the defendants by July 31.
It is an unsatisfactory situation but it is also a very unusual situation.