Good luck trying to fight a case that has not given you a chance to front any hearing, and for which the charges continue to be changed.
Sandor Earl has had new trafficking charges laid against him by ASADA and the NRL. This mess of a case will probably further change by the time Earl actually gets a chance to defend himself, but these new charges are not good news for him at all.
How Earl and his legal team will be able to fight these charges, which are a bit of a moving target, is anyone’s guess.
It seems very unfair, even if he did the wrong thing, to have this investigation handled the way it has been handled.
Keep in mind that that right now Earl is the only high profile player to have been suspended because of the “blackest day in Australian sport”.