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INTRODUCTION a) The majority of Australian states and territories continue to recognise unlawful abortions. b) These legislative provisions reflected across Australia criminalise any attempt to procure an abortion except in certain circumstances where to do so is deemed ‘lawful’. Despite the criminalisation of abortions it is estimated over 100,000 are performed throughout Australia each year

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Sexual revolution Law Reproductive rights Australian criminal law R v Davidson Abortion Sexual reproduction Abortion in the United Kingdom Therapeutic Abortion Committee
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Sexual revolution Law Reproductive rights Australian criminal law R v Davidson Abortion Sexual reproduction Abortion in the United Kingdom Therapeutic Abortion Committee
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b) These legislative provisions reflected across Australia criminalise any attempt to procure an abortion except in certain circumstances where to do so is deemed ‘lawful’. Despite the criminalisation of abortions it is estimated over 100,000 are performed throughout Australia each year (textbook p369). 2) MODELS OF REGULATION 1) Common law model a) NSW and Victoria b) Courts not parliament have liberalised the original criminal laws c) Lawful abortions can be performed 2) Reform legislation model a) SA, NT and Tasmania b) Parliaments not courts liberalised and clarified criminal laws by passing reform egislation c) Criminal statutes are retained d) Medical prac’s can perform l...
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