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22 Current Issues Crim. Just. [i] (2010-2011)

handle is hein.journals/cicj22 and id is 1 raw text is: CURRENT ISSUES IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Volume 22                   Number 1                    July 2010

CONTENTS

Stanley Yeo
Maggie Hall
David Baker
Marie Segrave and
Sanja Milivojevid
Samantha Jeffries
and Christine Bond
Max Travers
Cary Bennett
David Brown
Christopher Croke
Victoria Sentas
Elaine Fishwick
and Jane Bolitho
Chris Cunneen
Richard Bailey
Phillip Wadds

Articles
English Reform of Partial Defences to Murder: Lessons for
New  South W ales  .............. .....  .... .... ................. I
Key Themes in New South Wales Criminal Justice ................. 19
'Switch off Hazelwood': Policing, Protest and a 'Polluting
Dinosaur'.......................................45
Auditing the Australian Response to Trafficking    ...........63
Sex and Sentencing Disparity in South Australia's Higher
Courts .........................................81
Welfare, Punishment or Something Else? Sentencing Minor
Offences Committed by Young People in Tasmania and
Victoria.....................               ...................99
Drug Law Enforcement: A Study in the Interplay of Power
and Resistance      ........................................ 117
Contemporary Comments
The Limited Benefit of Prison in Controlling Crime..................137
Civil Forfeiture: Forfeiting Civil Liberties? A Critical Analysis
of the Crimes Legislation Amendment (Serious and Organised
Crime) Act 2010 (Cth)    ............................. 149
Terrorist Organisation Offences and the LTTE:
R v Vinayagamoorthy      .......................   ......1 59
Politics-led Policy and Policy-led Evidence: The Noetic Review
of Juvenile Justice in New South Wales .......................... 171
Reviews
Youth Crime and Juvenile Justice
edited by Barry Goldson and John Muncie....................181
Border Crimes: Australia's war on illicit migrants
by Michael Grewcock      ..................................... 183
Raising the Bar: Preventing aggression in and around bars,
pubs and clubs by Kathryn Graham and Ross Homel ................ 185
Corrigenda        ............................................. 189

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