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Mandatory Sentencing Laws

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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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Sentencing Criminal law Crime Law Robbery Mandatory sentencing Three-strikes law Torres Strait Islanders Aboriginal Legal Service Burglary Aboriginal Community Court Torres Strait Torres Strait Islander
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Sentencing Criminal law Crime Law Robbery Mandatory sentencing Three-strikes law Torres Strait Islanders Aboriginal Legal Service Burglary Aboriginal Community Court Torres Strait Torres Strait Islander
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For example a law that regulates the availability of alcohol, driving offences and unpaid fines – or other. How does the law you select uphold the Rule of Law in the context of ATSI peoples In undertaking this submission, you should consider and one of the following reports: 1. the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody, 2. the Royal Commission into the Protection and Detention of Children in the Northern Territory (due to report 1 August 2017), 3. Senate Standing Committee on Finance and Public Administration’s Inquiry into Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Experience of Law Enforcement and Justice Services, 4. Senate Standing Committee on Community Affairs’ inquiry into Indefinite Detention of People with Cognitive and Psychiatric impairment in Australia, 5. Senate Standing Committee on Indigenous Affairs inquiry into Harmful U...
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