Lawyer in Brett Cowan case removed from law society site

CONTACT details for the lawyer who defended Brett Peter Cowan have been removed from the Queensland Law Society's online registry and his phone disconnected over alleged financial issues. 

The Courier Mail reports Tim Meehan was removed from the law society's public online register. 

The newspaper reported his mobile phone was disconnected and links to his extensive legal portfolio were also removed.

Sources told the newspaper that Mr Meehan's departure was linked to alleged financial issues.

Mr Meehan has worked in Queensland's legal system since 1998, according to his LinkedIn profile.

The profile lists his association with Bosscher Lawyers since 2000, however his profile on the firm's website has been removed.

He represented Cowan during his trial for the murder of Daniel Morcombe. Cowan is serving a life sentence for the crime. 


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