A NSW judge will decide if former Adelaide archbishop Philip Wilson should be jailed for covering up child sex abuse by a pedophile priest in the NSW Hunter region or have his conviction quashed.
An appeal by the NSW Director of Public Prosecutions to have former Adelaide Archbishop Philip Wilson jailed for covering up child sex abuse by a pedophile priest in the NSW Hunter region will be heard in November.
UPDATED | Former Adelaide Archbishop Philip Wilson will have to wear a tracking device as he serves at least six months in home detention for covering up child sex abuse.
UPDATED | Adelaide Archbishop Philip Wilson, the most senior Catholic official in the world to be charged with covering up child sexual abuse, has been found guilty by a NSW court.
A NSW magistrate has been told he should doubt the honesty of Adelaide Archbishop Philip Wilson as his trial for allegedly covering up child sex abuse by a fellow priest winds up.
Adelaide Archbishop Philip Wilson has revealed he had an “awkward” conversation with a pedophile priest about to face trial in NSW for repeatedly sexually abusing a young boy.