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Police should have kept EPO syringes to themselves, says McLean

Victoria Police says it acted lawfully when it informed Racing Victoria that it found six syringes containing traces of EPO in a bedside drawer of trainer Jarrod McLean's Yangery home in January 2019.

In the Court of Appeal on Wednesday, lawyers for the Warrnambool trainer argued that Supreme Court magistrate Justice Melinda Richards erred in law when she determined in October that Racing Victoria was within its rights to use information passed on by police that was gained as a result of a search warrant.

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Article written by: Damien Rattcliffe

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