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Title: Mandatory Sentencing: A matter for the high court?
Author: Santow, G. F. K.
Date: 2000-05
Abstract: Oppressive mandatory goal laws in the NT and WA may be viewed by reasonable members of the public as comprimising the integrity and independence of the judiciary, though High Court authority may stand in the way of a successful constitutional challenge.
Source: The Australian Law Journal
Volume: v. 74 ; p. 298-304
metadata.indexnt.dc.subject.*: Northern Territory
Western Australia
Kable principles
High court
United nations convention on the rights of the child
Law
Citation address: http://hdl.handle.net/10070/90977
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