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dc.date.accessioned2008-04-18T04:35:25Zen
dc.date.available2008-04-18T04:35:25Zen
dc.date.issued2000-02en
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10070/87681en
dc.description.abstractMandatory Sentencing in the NT is in the national and international spotlight following a string of events in Feb.en
dc.sourceAlternative Law Journalen
dc.subjectMandatory sentencingen
dc.subjectWurramura, Jamieen
dc.subjectSenate legal and constitutional references committeeen
dc.subjectHuman rights billen
dc.subjectCavanagh, Gregen
dc.subjectAnnan, Kofien
dc.subjectUn high commissioner of human rightsen
dc.subject.lcshBurke, Denis (Denis Gabriel)en
dc.subject.apaisLawen
dc.titleNorthern Territory Mandatory Sentencingen
dc.typeReferenceen
dc.source.volumev. 25, no. 1 ; p. 41en
dc.relation.incollectionIndexNT Magazinesen
dc.relation.incommunityIndexNTen
dc.view.styleindexnten
dc.date.discovery2000-02en
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