Understanding the Australian Legal System

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Cavendish Pub. (Australia), 1997 - Electronic books - 188 pages
The purpose of this book is to set out in plain language what people need to know about Australian law. its institutions. and its operation. Among other topics. it covers the nature of law. how cases are tried. the jury system. the punishment of offenders and limitations on the effectiveness of the legal system. This book will be of value to law students and students of politics. accountancy and commerce.

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