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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
are the original inhabitants of Australia and have endured a history of dispossession and inappropriate treatment by the legal system. In many cases this requires a legal and policy response that is different to that which needs to be adopted for immigrant cultural, ethnic and other interest groups. The Law Reform Commission has considered the special needs of Indigenous people in a number of its reviews.
are an important part of our justice system and serving on a jury is seen as an important duty of citizenship. This importance is reflected in the fact that the Law Reform Commission has looked into aspects of the law relating to juries many times.
covers a very wide range of activities and the Law Reform Commission has conducted numerous reviews of aspects of the criminal law over the years.
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