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Topic: Do you agree that ‘the judiciary is often out of step with community expectations when it comes to sentencing in criminal matters’?

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Sentence Sentencing Magistrate Arie Freiberg New South Wales Sentencing Council
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Sentence Sentencing Magistrate Arie Freiberg New South Wales Sentencing Council
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One such factor is the consideration of public concerns and beliefs of what penalising should actually accomplish within the community. Sentencing research has shown that the public is largely punitive and prefers an enactment of stricter punishments. And herein lies our dichotomy – the principle of parsimony that operates under Victorian sentencing law requires judges and magistrates to impose the least severe sentence required to achieve the various purposes of sentencing.1 In recent years, attitudes towards the judiciary have become more of a key factor in shaping sentencing policy; by bringing sentences ...
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