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Law in Australian Society
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PART 1: LAW, POLITICS AND THE MEDIA Introduction: Law in society Chapter 1: Legislation Chapter 2: Case law Chapter 3: Politics and the media PART 2: RIGHTS, THEORIES AND HISTORY Chapter 4: Founding principles Chapter 5: Justice Chapter 6: Human rights Chapter 7: Indigenous peoples and the law PART 3: CRIMINAL JUSTICE Chapter 8: Criminal offences Chapter 9: Police powers, bail and the criminal trial Chapter 10: Punishment, sentencing and appeals PART 4: CASE STUDIES Chapter 11: Cybercrime Chapter 12: Counterterrorism Acknowledgements References Glossary Index

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Keiran Hardy is a lecturer in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Griffith University and a member of the highly respected Griffith Criminology Institute. He has published widely in the area of counter terrorism law and policy.

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