1 Sentencing: Penalties [i] (1987)

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                                              The Law

                                                Reform

                                         Commission
                                     Discussion Paper No 30
                                            September 1987

                       SENTENCING: PENALTIES

This is a Discussion Paper, .ot a report. It discusses proposals
concerning the reform of aspects of the sentencing process. The
proposals are not the Commission's final conclusions. Your sub-
missions on them would be welcome. All submissions made to the
Commission will be taken into account in preparing the Commis-
sion's report.
If you want your submission to be treated as confidential, clearly
mark it 'Confidential'. However, you should be aware that submis-
sions may have to be released under the Freedom of Information
Act 1982.
As far as possible submissions should be related to paragraph num-
bers in the Discussion Paper.
Submissions and comments should be received by 30 November
1987.
All inquiries and comments should be directed to -
     The Secretary
     Australian Law Reform Commission
     99 Elizabeth Street
     SYDNEY (Telephone: (02) 231 1733)
     (GPO Box 3708, Sydney 2001)
     VOCA-DEX (02) 223 1203

Commission Reference: ALRC DP 30
Commissioner in Charge of the Reference: Mr George Zdenkowski
Legal staff: Loretta Re, Delia Rickard

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