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Mandatory Sentencing Laws
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Mandatory Sentencing Laws

LAW323 - Social and Welfare Law

5 Pages 1 Student Found this helpful Murdoch University Essay / Project Year Uploaded: 2017

The essay argues that the nature of mandatory sentencing laws are unjust and do not provide equal justice for all as Aboriginal and Torres strait Islanders are more likely to be incarcerated under such regimes.

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