There’s a real danger in conceding the idea that an arm of the state establishes what did and didn’t actually happen.
To ensure the adversarial system works as well as it can, the accused must have counsel at least on par with that of the Crown. In the NT, this is rarely the case.
A new project aims to reverse misleading and harmful notions about Aboriginal criminality and, in turn, to help promote better treatment of indigenous people.
Criminal defence lawyer and writer Russell Marks explains how the judicial system is failing our most vulnerable.
Taxpayer-funded courts, rather than being an independent umpire, are becoming a battleground for those with very deep pockets, writes Richard Denniss of The Australia Institute.
Could the families of the six young people killed near Mildura as the result of dangerous driving on the part of Thomas Towle, have avoided the anger and grief they have experienced over the past 48 hours? Greg Barns writes.
You've got to hand it to the Labor Party. It is, as we all know, perhaps the worst excuse for a progressive liberal party in the democratic world, writes Greg Barns.