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Andrew Trotter and Harry Hobbs: ‘The Great Leap Backward”

Andrew Trotter and Harold Hobbs place the recent ‘reforms’ to the criminal justice system in Queensland in their historical context ‘to illustrate that together they constitute a great leap backward that unravels centuries of gradual reform caluclated to improve the state of human rights in criminal justice’.  Article reproduced by kind permission of the Sydney Law Review (see SLR 36 (1) 2014).

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