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Extended Research Response - Criminal Law
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Extended Research Response - Criminal Law

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8 Pages QCE - Queensland Certificate of Education Year 11 Essay / Project Year: 2017

The purpose of this report is to investigate the processes of the Queensland court system and discuss the impact of the aims of punishment and sentencing in society. This report is targeting the audience of current law students of the QUT Law Faculty’s Youth Law Forum. A deconstruction of a court case and sentencing namely the Baden Clay murder is provided and an examination of the legislation used and how it was applied is included. The strengths and weaknesses of using Mandatory Sentencing will also be examined in this essay. Further, the effects stakeholders experience, alongside solutions to using mandatory sentencing are discussed.

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