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Crime, Justice & the Law

The Criminal justice system includes government institutions, the courts, police and corrections, responsible for upholding the law, deterring and mitigating crime, or punishing those who violate laws with criminal penalties or other sanctions. Articles here also discuss the relationship between government and the criminal justice institutions. 

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Video of Michelle James: Lawyers' 'great concerns about the LNP'

Michelle James, President of Australian Lawyers Alliance, says on the video that the Queensland LNP creates the 'impression there is political inte... More »

Michelle James responds to Newman's attacks on the judiciary

On 7 February 2014, in the Brisbane Times, Michelle James, Brisbane law... More »

7 Feb 2014

Dr Howard Guille, on Queensland's VLAD legislation

Queensland Parliament passed the Vicious Lawless Associates Disestablishment Act (VLAD) and two related Bills, the Tattoo Parlours Bill and the Cri... More »

27 Feb 2014

Professor Roger Scott: 'Lapdogs and Watchdogs'

Roger Scott's article, published in the Australasian Parliamentary Review (Spring 2013), on the political turmoil over the Parliamentary Crime and ... More »

27 Feb 2014

Professor Paul Mazerolle: 'Beyond the Common-Sense Revolution in Crime and Justice Policy Making'

In his address at the launch of the Ryan Foundation in February 2014, Professor Mazerolle said that most people who ... More »

4 Apr 2014

 
 

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