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Oliver Curtis will spend at least a year behind bars for an insider trading scheme that netted him $1.4 million.

Oliver Curtis will spend at least a year behind bars for an insider trading scheme that netted him $1.4 million.

A UK court recently ordered the forced sterilisation a 36-year-old intellectually impaired woman. The woman’s six children had previously been taken from her and placed into foster care amidst allegations of neglect and abuse. There have been numerous other situations where parents have indicated to a desire to get their own children sterilised. Our latest Blog post has more.

A UK court recently ordered the forced sterilisation a 36-year-old intellectually impaired woman. The woman’s six children had previously been taken from her and placed into foster care amidst allegations of neglect and abuse. There have been numerous other situations where parents have indicated to a desire to get their own children sterilised. Our latest Blog post has more.

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Defendants who refuse to stand in court, or who swear or yell at judges, will face stiff penalties from next month.

Defendants who refuse to stand in court, or who swear or yell at judges, will face stiff penalties from next month.

While medical practitioners are overwhelmingly in favour of child vaccination, there are those who believe that it may do more harm than good. Some doctors argue that failing to vaccinate a child can be potentially deadly, and that the recent rise in deaths from the measles is due to the fact that less parents are vaccinating their children. Some go as far as to say that failing to vaccinate a child amounts to child abuse. What are your thoughts?

While medical practitioners are overwhelmingly in favour of child vaccination, there are those who believe that it may do more harm than good. Some doctors argue that failing to vaccinate a child can be potentially deadly, and that the recent rise in deaths from the measles is due to the fact that less parents are vaccinating their children. Some go as far as to say that failing to vaccinate a child amounts to child abuse. What are your thoughts?

Innocence Project lawyer Lynne Weathered recently highlighted a number of deficiencies in the way that the Australian legal system deals with wrongful convictions compared with other western countries.  Ms Weathered looked extensively at the criminal justice system in Australia, and revealed a number of ways that we lag behind other countries including the US and the UK when it comes to investigating and exonerating wrongful convictions.   Our latest Blog has more.

Innocence Project lawyer Lynne Weathered recently highlighted a number of deficiencies in the way that the Australian legal system deals with wrongful convictions compared with other western countries. Ms Weathered looked extensively at the criminal justice system in Australia, and revealed a number of ways that we lag behind other countries including the US and the UK when it comes to investigating and exonerating wrongful convictions. Our latest Blog has more.

The government has justified its unprecedented incursion on our privacy rights by claiming that the new meta-data laws are necessary to “identify suspects and networks of criminal associates” in order to fight against terrorism, child pornography and serious crime. But incredibly, the man who pioneered the laws, Attorney-General George Brandis, conceded last week that “smart criminals will devise ways to get around the law.” Our latest blog post has more.

The government has justified its unprecedented incursion on our privacy rights by claiming that the new meta-data laws are necessary to “identify suspects and networks of criminal associates” in order to fight against terrorism, child pornography and serious crime. But incredibly, the man who pioneered the laws, Attorney-General George Brandis, conceded last week that “smart criminals will devise ways to get around the law.” Our latest blog post has more.

Our blogs discuss a range of topics relevant to the criminal justice system. While it seems acceptable to highlight unethical lawyers and the like, it appears that blogs written about police corruption or misconduct are met with disdain by a minority of police and their apologists, who will jump to the defence of police regardless of the situation. Our latest blog post has more about the police apologist’s mantra.

Our blogs discuss a range of topics relevant to the criminal justice system. While it seems acceptable to highlight unethical lawyers and the like, it appears that blogs written about police corruption or misconduct are met with disdain by a minority of police and their apologists, who will jump to the defence of police regardless of the situation. Our latest blog post has more about the police apologist’s mantra.

In 2008 the NSW Ombudsman Bruce Barbour lied in an interview with radio announcer about why he did not refer paedophile teacher Adrian Nisbett to the police in 2004. What Mr Barbour didn’t count on...

In 2008 the NSW Ombudsman Bruce Barbour lied in an interview with radio announcer about why he did not refer paedophile teacher Adrian Nisbett to the police in 2004. What Mr Barbour didn’t count on...

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