They are inherent
They are universal
They are inalienable
They are enforceable
Pat is very likely to got to prison
Pat's case will be heard by a jury
A judge will determine an appropriate penalty
A magistrate will determine an appropriate penalty
Seperation of Powers
A partial defence
A Complete Defence
The accused established they have acted in self-defence
The accused lost control due to the victim's actions.
The accused establishes the victim consent to the crime.
The accused established they committed a crime against their free will
Social Crime Prevention
A Diversionary Program
A Rehibilitation Program
Situational Crime Prevention
It will be binding on an Australian court.
It will become an international legal precedent.
It will place pressure on the Australian government to act.
The Australian government must follow the recommendation
To question a suspect
To record a phone conversation.
To search a car suspected of containing illegal drugs.
To pull over a person suspected of driving a stolen car.
By prosecuting nations accused of genocide
By prosecuting individuals accused of war crimes
By prosecuting individuals charged with terrorism.
By adjudicating when one country has accused another of human trafficking.
Kim was the person driving the vehicle.
Kim knew her blood alcohol concentration was above the legal limit.
Kim was the person driving the vehicle and her blood alcohol concentration was above the legal limit.
Kim was the person driving the vehicle and she knew her blood alcohol concentration was above the legal limit.
Citizens could contribute to the criminal investigation process.
Citizens would be obligated to report all suspected criminal activity.
Once a citizen report was made, police would have to investigate the matter.
Without a citizen report police would not be able to use their investigate powers.
By only applying to first time offenders
By reducing available sentencing options
By involving the community in snetencing
By requiring the victim to be involved in the sentencing
Jordyn's prior conviction
Jordyn's use of a weapon
The child knew they were misbehaving.
The child knew the act was morally wrong.
The child disobeyed the direction of an adult.
The child did not care whether the act was criminal.
Affected family members must make a statement
The person writing the statement must present it in court
The statement becomes part of the evidence considered by the jury
The person writing the statement can be questioned about its contents
It allows domestic laws to incorporate protections.
It incorporates protections directly into domestic law.
It allows the High Court to enforce Australia's Constitution.
It allows non-government organisations to provide legal remedies.
A parent must be present at the interview.
A lawyer must be present at the interview.
The child must agree to the support person present at the interview.
The child can refuse to have any support person present at the interview.
Yes. Constitutional interpretation permits this.
Yes. The Constitution expressly authorises this.
No. The division of powers does not allow this.
No. The seperation of powers does not permit this.
Promoted by media
Incoporated into domestic laws
Included in the Charter of Rights
Monitored by the United Nations.
To determine the penalty
To represent the views of victim
Decides if the accused is guilty
Advise the judge on community standards
To penalise the offender
To reduce future criminal activity
To give the offender employment skills
To educate the community about criminal behaviour
Austraian Human Rights Commissons