Written by camilla on March 30, 2010
Last year, following one of the longest trials in Victorian history, a number of Victorian men were convicted and sentenced to extended periods of imprisonment after being found guilty of various terrorism charges. An appeal on some of these convictions and sentences is currently before the Court.
At the same time, the Federal government is considering amendments to Australia’s terrorism laws, following a number of Parliamentary Inquiries into the laws.
Joining us tonight on Done by Law is Fiona Todd, criminal lawyer from Robert Stary and Associates, to discuss the appeal and some of the fascinating laws which impact on it.
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