Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement

Ross and John seek expert advice to understand Baden-Clay conviction

Gerard Baden-Clay has been convicted of the manslaughter of his wife, Allison, despite originally being found guilty of murder.

The appeal court found he had not acted with murderous intent.

Ross Stevenson – and much of Queensland – was dumbfounded that a person who initially swore he had no involvement in his wife’s death could then get the benefit of a manslaughter conviction.

Bill Potts of the Queensland Law Society agreed that it was ‘a bit bizarre’. 

But Mr Potts said Mr Baden-Clay could still be imprisoned for life.

Click play to hear the full story

Advertisement