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trial next year involving 22 Finks and Hells Angels members.

Monday, 21 November 2011

Defence lawyer Craig Caldicott says he does not know how the legal system will be able to handle a potential trial next year involving 22 Finks and Hells Angels members.

They are facing charges over a fight at an Adelaide city nightclub last May.

Along with the men charged, there could be as many as 25 lawyers in the courtroom at any time.

Mr Caldicott says a special courtroom may need to be built and more security provided.

"In New South Wales, they did exactly that. You may remember the airport incident involving the Hells Angels and Comancheros interstate? And they were able to deal with it in New South Wales," he said.

"But here we can't even build a disabled access for the Chief Justice to get in and out of court.

"How are we going to build a courthouse?"

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