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Why Borrows’ cosy court is foolish and dangerous

Jock Anderson
Thu, 22 Nov 2012

A cosy politically-driven plan to bring offenders closer to judges is foolish and dangerous, a leading crime barrister says.

Courts minister Chester Borrows thinks moving courtroom furniture about to put offenders in the middle of a courtroom, about a couple of metres from a judge, will

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Jock Anderson
Thu, 22 Nov 2012
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