Access to legal representation by criminal defendants in Victoria, 1861-1961
- Law School, University of New South Wales
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- University of New South Wales Law Journal, 2017, 40, (2), pp. 638-663
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Origin of defence counsel’s inclusion in criminal trials – survey of literature on the history of legal representation – representation in changing legal, social and economic contexts – background of defendants as a factor in access to representation – history of public provision of counsel – why schemes introduced in the early 20th century failed to deliver increased levels of representation.
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