In September this year, we spoke to Fiona Todd, Criminal Lawyer at Rob Stary and Associates, who had first hand experience representing the accused in the recent terror trials and now in their appeal and re-trials. Fiona graphically described the conditions in which the accused were kept and her day to day experience of being involved in that trial.
She joins us again tonight to continue to the story of Melbourne’s first terror trial under John Howard’s anti-terror laws and to discuss the criminal appeal and re-trial process with us. Tune in to find out why this is not yesterday’s news but an issue that lies at the heart of the ‘balancing act’ between civil liberties, Government politics, criminal process and the justice system.
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