In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s articles:
NSW DPP Prosecuting Guidelines Part 3: Charge Negotiations, Vulnerable and Unrepresented Defendants, Judge-Alone Trials, Jury Selection, Retrials, Proceeds of Crime and the Media
An outline of prosecution policies relating to the negotiation of charges, dealing with vulnerable and unrepresented defendants, considering judge-only trials, deciding whether to retry after a hung jury, proceeds of crime matters and the media.
Federal Government Agency Issues Warning About QR Codes
Assange’s Momentary Reprieve Opens Way for More Torture and US Extradition on Appeal
The UK refused to extradite Assange due to his mental health, but then denied bail and left the journalist to languish in solitary confinement pending an appeal.
Free David Ridgeway: Footage Captures Police Assaulting Aboriginal Man
The Offence of Unauthorised Access to Restricted Data in New South Wales
Mobilising Against the Invasion: An Interview With FISTT’s Tameeka Tighe
New South Wales: The Kidnapping Capital of Australia
Jailing Is Failing: An Interview With the Justice Reform Initiative’s Dr Mindy Sotiri
West Papuan Provisional Government Formed, as Calls to Allow UN Access Increase
Michael McCormick: The Bigot You Have When the Real PM Isn’t Around
What are ‘Darknet Markets’?
An Australian man stands accused of running the darknet’s biggest marketplace.
Why Are Former Long-Term Australian Residents Rioting Inside the Xmas Island Facility?
“People have been pushed to the limit. They are at breaking point over here”.
My employer wants me to return to the workplace. Can I refuse?
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