|Criminal status||Released in 2006|
Andrew Fraser is an Australian former Melbourne-based lawyer who was sentenced to seven years' imprisonment with a minimum period of five years in 2001 for being knowingly concerned with the importation of a commercial quantity of cocaine. In 2006, Fraser was released two months earlier than his release date from Fulham Correctional Centre after agreeing to give evidence against serial killer Peter Dupas in his trial for the murder of Mersina Halvagis. He applied for a share of a $1 million reward for solving the murder.
A television mini-series based on Fraser's experiences, entitled Killing Time, was produced in 2009 by FremantleMedia, TV1 and Film Victoria. David Wenham portrays Fraser.
- "Former lawyer to give evidence in Halvagis murder case". abc.net.au. Retrieved 2020-06-28.
- Moor, Keith (29 October 2007). "Andrew Fraser's book profits may be seized by police". The Herald Sun.
- Controversial TV1 series Killing Time to screen in November
- Jailed lawyer is Dupas witness
- Former lawyer to give evidence in Halvagis murder case
- ENOUGH ROPE with Andrew Denton - episode 154: Andrew Fraser
- - List of Andrew Fraser books
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