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The Quest for Justice by Ken Crispin
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The Quest for Justice

by Ken Crispin

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 192164043X, Paperback)

Enlightening and thought-provoking, this volume considers the strengths and weaknesses of the Australian legal system with clarity and compassion. A definitive guide to the justice system, this account answers questions such as What is justice? How does the Australian legal system work? and How can a system that is so changeable and widely criticized be trusted? Written from the perspective of someone who has been on both sides of the bar, this informative handbook suggests that current legal approaches are contributing to Australia’s social problems and argues that there is an immediate need for change.

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What is justice? How does our legal system work? And how can we trust a system that is so changeable and widely criticised? These are some of the fundamental questions that former Supreme Court judge Ken Crispin sets out to answer. Ken has a wealth of experience on both sides of the bar and appeared for clients such as Lindy Chamberlain.… (more)

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