Does Australia's law governing fitness for trial for summary offences protect the human rights of persons with intellectual disabilities?

O'Carroll, Betheli Lin (2015). Does Australia's law governing fitness for trial for summary offences protect the human rights of persons with intellectual disabilities? PhD Thesis, School of Law, The University of Queensland. doi:10.14264/uql.2015.950

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Author O'Carroll, Betheli Lin
Thesis Title Does Australia's law governing fitness for trial for summary offences protect the human rights of persons with intellectual disabilities?
School, Centre or Institute School of Law
Institution The University of Queensland
DOI 10.14264/uql.2015.950
Publication date 2015-10-23
Thesis type PhD Thesis
Supervisor Heather Douglas
John Devereux
Total pages 240
Total black and white pages 240
Language eng
Subjects 1801 Law
Keyword Fitness for trial
Fitness to plead
Summary offences
Fair trial

 
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