Aboriginal Law and Justice: Case Studies in Just Outcomes

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Macmillan Education Australia, 1996 - Aboriginal Australians - 106 pages
Defines justice and just outcomes; discusses Aboriginal law and customary practice; presents four case studies to demonstrate the experiences of Aboriginal people in the criminal justice system - Neil Inkamala Minor Case, Wilson Jagamara Walker Case, Robyn Kina Case, Cornelius Lauder Case; discusses customary punishments, giving evidence, taboos, impact on Aboriginal women; makes recommendations for change, based on the Australian Law Reform Commission recommendations of 1986 and the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody recommendations of 1992; includes a section on learning and teaching strategies.

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