We talk to the Australian Law Reform Commission’s President about the organization’s funding cuts. How effective will Australia’s first national security legislation monitor really be? And was Osama bin Laden’s death a perversion of justice?
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Are suspended sentences a free ride for the convicted and a slap in the face for victims? And Radio Atticus talks to legal eagle media veteran Richard Ackland about suspended sentences and a whole host of other issues Read more
Journalist shield laws on the cards in federal parliament – but will they leave some reporters in the lurch? The ethics of euthanasia debated as laws to introduce it enter Australian parliaments. And are L-plate laws criminalising young migrants and disadvantaged people in NSW and Victoria?