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Legal Studies Unit 3 and 4 Teaching and Revision Notes

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Teaching and revision notes. In unit 3 it outlines law making and goes in depth into the structure of the commonwealth parliament and the house of representatives/senate. It outlines the role of the house of representatives and explains why laws change. In unit 3 of legal studies it cover everything in detail about why laws change. In unit 4 it outlines the resolution and justice and this unit it covers the reason of the court hierarchy, cover remand,doctrine of precedent,appeals and specialisation. Also includes material on the Magistrate's court and the role of it. Also the role of VTAC, the adversary system,role of judge and pre-trial procedures and strengths and weaknesses. These are all notes from Unit 3 and 4. Good to study for Sacs and especially exams.

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Law Government Criminal law Criminal Procedure Legal procedure Hong Kong law Inquisitorial system Committal procedure High Court Remand Bail Jury
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ion Notes The Australian parliamentary system Justice & Outcomes ISBN 9780195594201 © Oxford University Press Australia 2 ________________ Overview • Background to Australia’s parliamentary system • Structure and roles of the Commonwealth and Victorian Parliament • Principles of the Australian parliamentary system Justice & Outcomes 13e ISBN 9780195594201 © Oxford University Press Australia, 2015 3 ________________ Background to Australia’s parliamentary system • Based on the British parliamentary system (Westminster system) • Two houses of parliament (bicameral) • Constitutional monarchy • A monarchy as well as its own constitution • The Queen is the head of state and part of the Australian parliamentary system • Representative democracy • A government that represents, and is elected by, the people • Federation of states • Divide...
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