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Chamberlain, John Martyn, 1972- author.
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2015
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Coulter, John Merle. Chamberlain, Charles Joseph.
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1910
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Chamberlain, John D. Victoria. Ministry for Conservation. Victoria. Environmental Studies Program.
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1979
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Moran, John, author. Chamberlain, Philip, author.
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2017
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Chamberlain, John. Gittens, Amanda. Queensland. Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy. Parthenium Action Group (Qld.)
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2003
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Chamberlain, John D. Victoria. Department of Planning and Housing.
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The Panel was appointed by the Minister for Planning and Urban Growth, under Section 9 of the Environment Effects Act, to undertake an inquiry into the environmental effects of the proposed Martha Cove development at Safety Beach and, pursuant to Section 153 of the Planning and Environment Act, to hear and consider submissions concerning the Finders Planning Scheme Amendment no. L52.
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1991
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Willis, John.
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In Australia, there is a very restrictive approach to granting bail to persons convicted by a jury and sentenced to a term of imprisonment who are appealing that conviction and sentence. Bail will be refused unless there are exceptional or very exceptional circumstances. As a consequence, the great majority of persons convicted by a jury and sentenced to a term of imprisonment will spend the time before the determination of their appeal in custody. The length of time between sentence and the determination of the appeal will generally be significant months and sometimes well over a year. Hence, an appellant, who is acquitted as a result of a successful appeal against conviction, will often have spent a considerable time in prison that turns out to have been unwarranted. Such an outcome is a blight on a criminal justice system. In particular, for the individual it can, and often will, be quite disastrous: loss of employment, family, friends and reputation. In this article it is argued that there should be a less restrictive approach to bail for persons who have been convicted by a jury and sentenced to a term of imprisonment. [(2005) 29 (5) Crim LJ 296]
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2005
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Erlich, Henry A., 1943-
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1992, 1989
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Innis, Michael A. editor. Gelfand, David H. editor. Sninsky, John J. editor. White, Thomas J. editor.
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1990
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Soule, Dorothy F. Oguri, Mikihiko. Allan Hancock Foundation. Harbors Environmental Projects (University of Southern California)
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1972-2021
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