“In answer to my question on notice on the subject, the Attorney-General, Simon Corbell, told me that the ACT Government Solicitor spent almost $11,700, including $3,000 to counsel assisting the commission and $6,240 paid to the three judicial commissioners, whose commissions were terminated only one week after their appointments.
“On top of that, the Director of Public Prosecutions spent $7,161 on a legal opinion from the NSW DPP,” Mrs Dunne said.
“Mr Corbell’s answer did not go into the costs of the police investigation into the matter or the time costs for government staff in managing the various processes.
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Vicki seems to have been against the investigation ever being established.
Others might have preferred it was concluded and its findings made public.