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Di Carlo fed information from CCC: police

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September 12, 2017

Barrister Sam Di Carlo has faced court on perjury, drug and ammunition charges.

High-profile Brisbane lawyer Sam Di Carlo has appeared briefly in court on charges of perjury, drug and ammunition offences after allegedly lying to Queensland's corruption watchdog.

The 60-year-old was arrested earlier this month over allegations by the Crime and Corruption Commission that he lied to an investigative hearing.

Di Carlo, who has been in the headlines since claiming that the $50,000 in cash carried by former Ipswich mayor Paul Pisasale at the Melbourne Airport belonged to a client of his, will apply in Brisbane Magistrates Court later on Tuesday to vary his bail so he can have contact with a solicitor.

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