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Court Research Paper

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My submission for the mid semester assignment - I wrote about the topic "process as punishment"

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Criminal law Law Criminal Procedure Criminal justice Remand Bail Acquittal Magistrate Arrest S v Acheson
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Criminal law Law Criminal Procedure Criminal justice Remand Bail Acquittal Magistrate Arrest S v Acheson
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However, this often not the case as prosecutorial delay in the form of the prosecution seeking adjournments is common. This report will discuss why this is an issue as well as a barrier to justice and why this issue is especially pressing in New South Wales. This will be done by pointing out the adverse impacts a successful adjournment sought by the prosecution has on the accused and his or her case and by investigating the context and statistics surrounding this issue, respectively. II IMPACTS A On the accused The prosecution seeking adjournments is of issue because it exposes the accused to unnecessary financial loss. Feeley argues that even before the accused appears in court, he or she is already incurs a loss of wages from missed work.1 The accused then incurs a further loss of wages when appearing in court for his or her ment...
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